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.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the idea of social distancing would seem totally unfathomable.
Music lost a legend when rocker Eddie Van Halen passed away on October 6, 2020, after a “long and arduous battle with cancer.” As the co-founder of the iconic band Van Halen, he went on to release 12 studio albums with them, producing hits like “Jump” and “Runnin’ with the Devil.” Van Halen (the band) was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007.
You might know actor Macaulay Culkin for his iconic role in the Home Alone movie franchise.
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On September 24, British naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough joined Instagram. In just four hours and 44 minutes, the beloved historian amassed one million followers of his account and, in the process, set a new Guinness World Record. The BBC legend's first post on the platform—a video addressing climate change—has over 17.2 million views. In the video, Attenborough explains that he joined the platform because “the world is in trouble.
This year, 10-year-old Zulu-British musician Nandi Bushell has been taking the world by storm, and her incredible talent has even...
Like other pandemic-era award shows, the 2020 Emmy Awards looked different this year.
From releasing its movies on Netflix to offering free Zoom backgrounds, the famously secretive Studio Ghibli has started to open up recently, giving fans even more access to its whimsical world. The animation studio isn’t finished giving out freebies just yet though. Earlier this month, Ghibli kindly released hundreds of still images from its movies to the public, without charge.
In the early 20th century, motion pictures and cinemas were just getting started.
Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas were recently invited to perform for NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series.