The Daily Cardinal Arts podcast returns! In this episode of Rock with the Flock, Sam Marz, Brandon Arbuckle, Alex Jankovich and Christian Memmo discuss all things film. From Oscar contenders to Hollywood scandals, tune in for a wide-ranging conversation on the latest movie news.
With the Academy Awards nominations announcement coming out on Tuesday, Jan. 24, the entertainment community is gearing up with their final Oscar predictions. In honor of the Super Bowl of film culture, I compiled a list of my own predictions for these prestigious awards.
Some viewers watch a film and see familiar actors move about the screen. A few might study the technical aspects of the production.
The wizarding world of Harry Potter is, as its name suggests, one of the most fantastical works of fiction.
The best thing about watching a movie is that it shows us a world different from our own. Whether fantastical or realistic, dramatic or comedic, these films offer a path to escape from our problems and concerns.
The annual Marquee Film Festival took place in Union South over the weekend. Curated by the WUD Film Committee, the festival featured 12 screenings that included independent, foreign and documentary films, with genres ranging from comedies to thrillers. Among these screenings was “Maggie’s Plan,” which played on Friday.
There’s a part from Stephen Chbosky’s novel, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” that I often think about, wherein the main character Charlie and his girlfriend go to see a movie.