This holiday-fare movie in the time of Covid-19 took a dark turn, and missed the mark.
As you burn through your Netflix backlogs and wonder how to pace yourself, film critic Jeff Counts revisits 2019 films that deserve a second look.
Following a car-parade graduation, this year’s 14 hopeful graduates from Central Wyoming College are as diverse as the degrees they earned.
At the start of the pandemic, nurse and photographer Shivyon Mitchell began a photo series titled “Six Feet Away.”
Whether the story of Shia LaBeouf’s life in film was worthy of its own film has never been a question. The real question was always: Who would tell it?...
Elizabeth Forelle has long sought to connect the divergent worlds of art and science. At university, she studied environmental science and studio art....
Film technology has notably advanced over the last few decades. Today the potential for world-building that's available to directors and screenwriters...
Gender was very recently an inflexible concept. Less than 10 years ago, editors were encouraging reporters to use the pronoun “he” or “she” when referring to one person, never “they.” At the time, many saw he and she as the only singular pronouns in the English language.
Pop Secrets — Former Assistant to Art Innovator Roy Lichtenstein Takes Us Inside His Studio and Beyond
James DePasquale speaks about his relationship with pop art pioneer Roy Lichtenstein in advance of an upcoming talk in Driggs, Idaho.