In the 1960s, color emerged in cinema, replacing black and white pictures as the predominant style in film. Before that, filmmakers used light and shadow to convey mood; but today, color is key to evoking mood, even before the actors mutter a single word. Movie buff Kalki Janardhanan (of Color Palette Cinema) is a firm believer that, “Color can affect us psychologically, often without us being aware.
The incredible film Fantastic Fungi reveals the hidden world of mushrooms and mycelium that lie on and beneath the forest floor.
Whether you need a great film for a quiet night in or just some background noise to help you get...
For fans of anime, there’s nothing quite like the works of Studio Ghibli. The small team of animators spends years lovingly crafting each amazing story, bringing to life tales of adventure, love, and friendship through countless hand-drawn frames. From My Neighbor Totoro to Howl's Moving Castle, each captivating film allows viewers to immerse themselves in magical fantasy worlds.
An incredible amount of time and attention to detail goes into each and every Studio Ghibli film.
During the ongoing pandemic, watching movies has taken on a new importance.
A movie advertisement can be more than just a way to promote a film. When done well, it can become a collector’s items for fans of the flick. The 2016 Japanese animated film Your Name did just this with their clever full-page ad in a newspaper that, when printed, would’ve made anyone want to hang the page on their wall (or window) and see the film, of course.
Dutch graphic designer Chungkong loves movies.
From releasing its movies on Netflix to offering free Zoom backgrounds, the famously secretive Studio Ghibli has started to open...
In the early 20th century, motion pictures and cinemas were just getting started. Thousands of large, comfortable theaters appeared by 1915. New multi-reel feature films were imported from Europe and embraced by the American middle-class. Many legendary studio names date from these early days—Universal (1912), Goldwyn (1916), and Fox (1915) were founded as part of the movie boom.
These entertaining etiquette warnings shown before silent films reminded turn-of-the-century moviegoers about how to avoid social faux pas.
Hope you enjoyed our latest giveaway of two movie posters signed by comic book legend Stan Lee!