we see all the world through screens, and this has consequences on how we think about it.
Director Robert Zemeckis answered questions about his artistic choices in his new movie “The Witches” and provided advice about working in the film industry during a Q&A on Nov. 4 hosted by USC.
Check out these four Studio Ghibli movies from four different directors who aren’t Hayao Miyazaki, available to USC students for free on HBO Max.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s “Borat” revival is fun but lacks the magic of the original film.
Young Indigenous children grow up with minuscule representation on the screen. If they see themselves, it is normally a Western representation of Native Americans. Over time, filmmaking regarding Natives has felt disingenuous as it tends to be created by non-Natives. The zealous lust and romanticization of Manifest Destiny have been detrimental to all Native American […]
Writer-director Radha Blank stars as herself in this autobiographical debut, reflecting on her artistry, failures and grief.
Netflix’s ‘Emily in Paris’ gives us the classic American-girl-in-Paris story filled with food, fashion and Frenchmen
Darren Stars’ newest show is giving us all the “Sex and the City” vibes we needed right now.
Let’s cut to the chase: You’re plagued with boredom, and I watch too much TV. Why not show-and-tell?
The School of Cinematic Arts hosted a virtual screening for the award-winning film “Once Upon a River,” following the story of a young Native American girl’s unexpected journey down the Stark River.
Millie Bobby Brown delivers an inspiring portrayal of Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister.