Your ears probe the ebb and flow of the background score, your eyes ferret out sources of discord. And it’s yours. A personal act. What you watch is what …
Now Do the Much Better, Real-life Version of ‘My Policeman’
The new movie 'My Policeman', starring Harry Styles, is inspired by novelist E. M. Forster’s 40-year relationship with policeman Robert Buckingham that began in 1930. The details of that …
‘Pearl’ Is a Heartland Horror Fit for Our Times
Martin Scorsese loves Ti West’s “demented Disney film,” Pearl – and you will too.
‘Solaris’: 50 Years of the Ultimate Sci-FI Movie
Tarkvosky’s enigmatic story of pain and memory wholly moves from outer space to inner space in a divine banter of high art.
Titanic on Screen – Why ‘A Night to Remember’ Is the Definitive Film on the Ship
The film based on Walter Lord’s 1955 account is much more accurate than James Cameron’s epic.
Turning Red’s Portrayal of Ancestor Worship Highlights an Important Part of Chinese Culture
Mei’s family run a temple to their ancestors in Toronto, depicting a rich and important tradition in Chinese culture.
‘Nosferatu’ at 100: How the Seminal Vampire Film Shaped the Horror Genre
Many of Count Orlok’s characteristics have gone on to be canon in the lore of vampires.
From Bruce Lee to ‘Shang-Chi’: A Short History of the Kung Fu Film in Cinema
The history of martial arts films is almost as long as the history of cinema. 'Shang-Chi' excitingly pushes the genre forward.
Cineville Film Festival: An Annual Celebration of Indie Cinema by DU Students
Cineville Annual Film Festival, the largest student-run annual festival in India, will be celebrating its fourth edition online this year from April 9 to 11.
Virginia Woolf on the Magic of Going to the Cinema
The experience of going to the cinema is unique, wrote Woolf.