The Spanish film industry is rich in history, having suffered some serious setbacks. Yet there have been joyous moments of redemption and return. In this essay, I delve into the history of Spanish cinema and beyond.
Is life a dream? Who knows? But I do know that 7 minutes and 36 seconds isn't nearly enough time to answer that question, so instead I focused on Richard Linklater's answer to that question.
Yah, jeez, a tribute to the Coen brothers and "Minnesota Nice."
It seems that social tensions within Western society have risen dramatically and Harold and Kumar's journey to White Castle might just help us re-evaluate ourselves in a society torn between concepts like multiculturalism and the American Dream, the group identity and the individual.
'Whiplash' and the short that inspired the feature film have been edited together seamlessly in order to showcase the note-for-note similarities.
An analysis of the religious themes in 'Tron.'
The creation, meaning, and impact of “Ozymandias” are examined to reveal just what makes this hour of television more captivating and satisfying than the millions of hours before it.
the individual elements of successful title sequences are dissected and examined to discover just what makes them work so well, and how their success translates into the success of the series they open.
The aesthetic and techniques of cinematographer Robby Muller.
That strange scene with the bear costume, finally explained. An analysis of one of the most mysterious scenes in Stanley Kubrick's 'The Shining.'
'Boogie Nights’ exquisite opening sequence broken down scene by scene and shot by shot to reveal the power in every decision Anderson makes and the compelling entrance to not just his film but himself as a director.