Posts By: Lauren Bjella
Morgan Holly analyzes how “the Twilight Saga” grew from a small budget to launching the over $3.3 billion worldwide grossing vampire franchise.
As we approach the shipwreck’s 110 year anniversary, Xinyan Fu interviews British filmmaker, Arthur Jones, on his discovery of the stories of the six passengers who disappeared after the Titanic and the creation of “The Six” documentary.
Victoria Mallorga Hernandez reviews “The Living End,” which represents a rabid indictment of the Reagan and Bush administrations and their hand in the genocide of a generation of LGBTQ+ people, but through a language imbued with camp panache.
MaryGrace Depp reviews “Last Night in Soho,” directed by Edgar Wright, following how the film gets lost in a tangle of plot holes and twists, leaving you with more questions than answers.
Xinyan Fu reviews “The Six,” a documentary following the mystery of six Chinese survivors of the Titanic, directed by James Cameron.
“FANNY: The Right to Rock”: the long-forgotten story of the revolutionary Filipina-American rock bandBy Katie Powers
Katie Powers reviews “FANNY: The Right to Rock,” a documentary of the band, Fanny, following history and a love letter to present-day Fanny.
Baz Luhrmann’s iconic re-imagining of the classic Shakespearean tragedy celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. As the several anniversary screenings throughout this year demonstrate, “Romeo + Juliet” (1996) has not lost any of its appeal in the years since its release.
In February 2019, Bollywood marked a moment of growth with the release of its first mainstream LGBTQ, comedy-drama “Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga” (English: “How I Felt When I Saw That Girl”) since the decriminalization of homosexuality.