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Daily Archives: July 15, 2016

Flying cars, ray guns, robotic maids, and hover boards are still the stuff of fiction and imagination. Humans are not yet an interplanetary species and your uncle Larry is still doing his time in Lewisburg, not on an otherwise abandoned island formerly known as Manhattan. Do film lovers have any choice but to feel let down by the predictions of… Read more »

15 July 2016 | Features, Film Lists

The dinner scene is a good example of how the mundane can be elevated and transformed into art. It is something familiar; something we all do all the time, either casually or formally, with friends and family. It may aim to celebrate an occasion or be a downright awkward experience that could not be avoided. The common denominator in the… Read more »

15 July 2016 | Features, Other Lists

The split screen is an highly recognizable technique which divides the screen into two (or more) parts. This way, different camera point of views can be seen at the same time in the same screen. The split screen perfectly epitomizes the gap between the analogue and the digital era of filmmaking. Traditionally, the split screen was made with the optical… Read more »

15 July 2016 | Features, Other Lists