from variety.com: Oscar ballots have all been safely delivered to PricewaterhouseCoopers, but the schmoozing and subtle campaigning will still be in high gear this weekend, thanks to the Golden Globes, AFI Awards, BAFTA/LA tea, Q&A’s
from theguardian.com: Ever wondered what those Matrix-style green holographic codes that flicker across computer screen in films actually mean? You know, those seemingly complex algorithms in The Fifth Estate and unbreakable cryptograms in Doctor Who?
from indiewire.com: The documentary feature shortlist is out. And that has effectively narrowed the race down to 15 contenders. From them, critical and commercial hits “20 Feet From Stardom,” “Blackfish” and “Stories We Tell” are
from theatlantic.com: If you use Netflix, you’ve probably wondered about the specific genres that it suggests to you. Some of them just seem so specific that it’s absurd. Emotional Fight-the-System Documentaries? Period Pieces About Royalty
from variety.com: Japanese pics again delivered a solid thumping to the Hollywood competition at the local box office in 2013. The 2013 B.O. champion, to the surprise of nobody, was anime auteur Hayao Miyazaki’s final
In this episode of Navigating Netflix, the team looks at the brilliant comedic satire “Idiocracy” and examine its plot of a future humanity that has been dumbed down to the point of near-uselessness. A sardonic
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the pilot episode of ‘Navigating Netflix‘ – appropriately titled ‘The Experiment‘. Our first film is a 2010 dramatization of the infamous Stanford Prison Experiment – the 1971 study that was
Netflix subscribers often find diamonds in the rough – films that illustrate history & reality – but aren’t marketed or organized such that you can easily find what’s valuable. Coming soon from Media Monarchy &