At the Tulane School of Public Health in May, WHIV will present a film festival dedicated to providing information on health care from various perspectives.
About a half hour into Gnarleans, a musical sequence comes alive that fully defines the kind of freedom sought by modern-day New Orleanian youth.
It’s a film festival with a mission. It’s a collective of our local best & brightest in cinema. It’s an effort to instigate change and enlighten minds.
Rarely has a filmmaker’s follow-up been as anticipated and held to such potentially high standards. Does “Up” rise to the challenge?
Climax is alive with expression, and ranges from subtle to not so subtle gravitas.
A good friend of mine likes to point out every now and then that a good superhero movie is defined best on the strength of the villain – how villainous, how bold the deeds, how affecting they are on the hero. In another way, for Marvel Studios flicks, the same could be said for the […]
Admittedly, I’ve always had misconceptions about the punk community. The piercings, the music, the volume, etc.
It was a great night for New Orleans and Hollywood South at the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday.
If the recent Roma evokes memory by way of camera movement and motion – giving one the sense of and time to meditate on new and old perspectives of a past life – then 1999 does so in a viscerally visual manner, with light, textures, environments, and super-impositions. The whole of this production – a […]
Donnybrook may not be subtle always, but it is American through and through, for better and worse.
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