“An amazing experience, across the board.” This was how senior Danny Houseman described his internship at the Fargo Film Festival, an annual event that showcases work from all over the world. From March 19 to March 23, the festival presented over 100 movies at the historic Fargo Theatre, bringing together
BY MEAGHAN REINSCHMIDT The film industry has been in a dispute over the wage gap disparity in Hollywood. Over the past few years, the nation has centered its focus on the acknowledgment of gender inequality. In the entertainment industry, films influence their viewers through the screen. People involved in the
Wes Anderson has been a subject of study for many students enrolled in Concordia’s Credo Honors program. The class Filmmakers Who Changed the World has focused on Alfred Hitchcock, Charlie Chaplin, and Wes Anderson since its inception, but another film has recently been added to Wes Anderson’s catalogue for study.
Silence has never been so terrifying. In his most recent film, John Krasinski—yes, the same John Krasinski that stars as Jim Halpert in “The Office”—has created a unique, powerful thriller that arrived in theaters on April 6. While most horror movies focus on jump scares and increasing volume to startle
“Black Panther,” the most recent film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, opened last month with incredible success. Directed by Ryan Coogler and starring Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther, the film broke multiple box office records including highest opening weekend for an African-American director, highest opening weekend for a film in
One of the most prolific actors in today’s film culture, Daniel Day-Lewis, upholds his reputation as one of the greatest actors of all time in Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Phantom Thread.” In his final film, he is nothing short of spectacular. Each component of the film was incredible, from the casting
In a world ravaged by heterosexual white males and with the government and “the man” affecting the everyday lives of many Americans, Guillermo Del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” proves that heroism, love, and power are not synonymous with societal norms. In his Cold War era love story, a mute
There are very few films that leave an entire audience silent when the credits begin to roll, but after a recent screening of “Call Me By Your Name” at the Fargo Theatre, the audience watched Elio (Timothée Chalamet) cry softly as the credits ran. As Sufjan Stevens’ original song “Visions