First, we must look at the most recent case of a successful female director at the Academy Awards.
A time crunch sent Sender and the other Jimmys scrambling to make the best possible show in a short amount of time.
Film students and enthusiasts might be familiar with the Black Maria, the first production studio, which was constructed by Thomas Edison. Many of the films shot were magic shows, vaudeville performances, and boxing matches.
Despite Marvel’s multiple rousing successes in theaters, I wasn’t entirely convinced it had anything to do with Disney itself.
The musical follows the characters as they stagea play. Five homeless men and women present an “urban fairytale” of struggling musician Taylor Collins and Faith, the love of his life.
The Nashua River — once a technicolor dreamcoat of pollution and human waste — is now a cleaner version of its past, foul form.
Emerson Peace and Social Justice (EPSJ) brought the non-profit organization Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) to campus for the fifth time to inform the student body about the nation’s oppressive government through film.
According to Blaszko, his production follows tradition for a show that was sexualy charged, even in ancient times.
Boston’s music scene gets more vibrant each year.
Filming took place in upstate New York on a low budget and during monsoon-like weather. Working 18-hour days with a cast and crew of about 52 people, Bernstein took the directors chair, while Bass took an administrative role on set. The system worked, allowing for filming to be completed in 17 days.
Emerson joined other Boston-area colleges last week when it became a member of both the Institute of Contemporary Art and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
Chamberlain writes, directs, edits, and often stars in his videos, which have gained notice among the Emerson community after his parody of LMFAO’s “I’m Sexy And I Know It.”
Salvatoriello knew she wanted her master thesis film to be about an important mission. Her drive was there, but she couldn’t seem to pin point a cause.
Decriminals, a student-run hip-hop production company, got its start during the summer of 2011, shooting videos of amateur rappers on Boston Common. The company now made significant inroads in to the hip-hop community by working closely with established urban music blogs and up-and-coming artists from both Boston and out of state.
Throughout the show, two characters kept running into a couple that claimed their superiority by saying, “But we have dogs!”