[ad_1] Finally, a very long time ago, a new adaptation of Dune arrived on our planet. Director Denis Villeneuve’s highly anticipated film, based on Frank Herbert’s beloved 1965 novel, premiered Friday at the Venice International Film Festival, and was finally screened in front of an audience after the coronavirus pandemicRead More →

[ad_1] Dark shadows weave their way through the red rocks of Moab, the only light coming from the waxing moon. The dry grasses huddle together, sounding like footsteps. Wait, footsteps? You check behind your back, but there is nothing. Wait, do the rocks make shadows that look like this? Wait,Read More →

[ad_1] Dr Shawn Kildea, Chairman of the Film and Television Department, wants to bring more productions like this to Rider. “Our department is fully committed to providing our students with more engaged learning opportunities such as Star Watcher project, ”he says.“ We will be working aggressively to bring professional filmRead More →

[ad_1] Daveed Diggs, who plays Sebastian in the new live-action Disney adaptation of The Little Mermaid, has teased some exciting things about the upcoming film. For Daveed Diggs, the new Sebastian in Disney’s live-action adaptation of The little Mermaid, the animated classic’s tale has the craziest cinema it has everRead More →

[ad_1] By Shane Carley On August 14, the independent sci-fi steampunk feature “Secret Within the Sphere” premiered in Gettysburg, R / C Gateway Theater 8. The film was shot and produced in central Pennsylvania, and the main actors are Lancaster (Sugey Cruz, Alex Rudegeair and Jeremy Good), Reading (Josh Spudeno)Read More →

[ad_1] When asked in writing if she could discuss the plight of Afghan filmmakers after the Taliban regained power last weekend, Diana Saqeb Jamal succinctly declines. “My only thought is we’re screwed. Sorry.” The director, whose short film “Roqaia” (photo) was featured in the Horizons 2019 section of Venice, hasRead More →

[ad_1] A growing number of film festivals are attracting the attention of filmmakers in northwest Arkansas and could create more jobs supporting the state’s creative economy, organizers say. “What’s so interesting about cinema is that it’s not just an art, it’s business, it’s economic development, it’s tourism,” said Kathryn Tucker,Read More →