Over the past few years, watching movies has taken on a new importance. Whether you're watching remotely with friends, gathering around the TV with your bubble, or diving into Netflix to relax—movies can be important mental escapes as well as cinematic art. This holiday season, revel in your favorite films. Advertise your love of the French La Nouvelle Vague with a canvas tote and gift cute mugs to the opinionated film buffs in your life.
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It’s amazing what moviemakers are doing with special effects and CGI these days.
By looking at Wayan Nyo’s eyes and the wrinkles in his face, you can tell almost immediately that he has an interesting story to share. He is a 90-year-old fisherman who lives in Indonesia and is part of a beautiful culture that is extremely passionate about protecting the ocean. Throughout his childhood and the decades that followed, Nyo spent his most of his life on the waters.
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Representation in films is vital as it helps to break down stereotypes and tell different kinds of stories.
Earlier this week, film critics were treated to a private, five-minute clip screening from the Spencer film, starring Kristen Stewart, at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. And on August 26, the official first trailer was released to the public. The much-anticipated film—directed by Pablo Larraín— tells the story of the events leading up to Princess Diana’s decision to end her marriage with Prince Charles.
“If you build it, he will come.
It is no secret that great designers often get their start by learning about the pioneers that came before them.
Embed from Getty Images Though the 93rd annual Academy Awards looked a little different than what we’ve become used to in years past, the much-anticipated ceremony was packed with many priceless moments. Aired live from Union Station in Los Angeles on Sunday, April 25, the night was full of historic wins and nominations. At the forefront of these was Chinese director Chloé Zhao, who won the Oscar for Best Director for her award-winning film Nomadland.
In the 1960s, color emerged in cinema, replacing black and white pictures as the predominant style in film.
The incredible film Fantastic Fungi reveals the hidden world of mushrooms and mycelium that lie on and beneath the forest floor.