Category Archives: Film

The All-Natural Look of Two Mythical Creatures: Thelma and Louise

With their disheveled and dusty looks, weather-beaten tan, high waist faded jeans, white and black tank tops, cowboy boots, unisex sunglasses and men’s cap and hat, Thelma and Louise “become more and more natural, but more and more beautiful as it goes on… Read More

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Drawing on the Quiet Moments of a Movie: Interview with Poster Designer Michael Boland

In our interview, film poster designer Michael Boland talks about his design process, the challenge of creating new image or cover art for classic films and the poster that has impacted him the most. Read More

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A Children’s Film for the Entire Family: Ernest & Celestine

What is so special about Ernest & Celestine (2013) is that it is a film made for children, like a beautiful transition from books, the first imaginary worlds they familiarise with, to movies, with its simple drawings yet fluid animation. Read More

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This Summer We’re Channelling: Jane Fonda in “Les félins”

Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in the set of “Les félins”, 1964 Cité Films, Compagnie Internationale de Productions Cinématographiques   This Summer We’re Channelling: a recurring seasonal series in the journal that celebrates both style in film and summertime.   … Read More

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Why Movies Still Need Cinemas

Movies come to us, so why go to the movies? Never has this idea loomed larger than in the last few months. And, yet, when this is all over, people will want to gather again in cinemas. Film makers and film festival directors share their opinion. Read More

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