Benny Diaz III, Southern New Hampshire University
Documentary filmmaker Lorenzo Benitez spent six months in northern Thailand in a volountourism program, which prompted him to explore the industry further.
The men’s rights activist claimed to remove ‘Girlz Powah and other silly stuff’ from the original, which resulted in a fragmented half-film with more plot holes and fewer porgs.
Netflix’s green-light for another Will Smith fantasy shoot-em-up demonstrates that numbers are more powerful than public opinion.
Three fan-favorite movies are getting the reboot treatment in 2018, including ‘The Predator,’ ‘Scarface’ and ‘Halloween.’
After studying in Morocco, making her own short film and bringing the number one magazine for college women to Richmond, Lam shows no signs of slowing down.
Steven Caple Jr. taking over for ‘Creed II’ offers a promising future for the ‘Rocky’ franchise.
Quentin Tarantino wants to do “Star Trek”: What could the final frontier look like if it was directed by the King of Pulp Cinema?
With the 90th Academy Awards ceremony just around the corner, here are a few Oscar maybes that might have flown under your radar.
With actor Affleck’s turn as the Caped Crusader rumored to be ending, here’s a breakdown of the top three contenders for his replacement: Jake Gyllenhaal, Matthew Goode and Michael Fassbender.
If everything goes as planned, these thrilling sci-fi tales will be coming to a theater near you.
This UNC Pembroke student drew attention to mental health at Cannes with her short film “Left in the Dark: Mental Disorders.” What’s next?
Considering the number of injuries to team passers this season, is it just ‘bad luck’ or is it becoming tougher to protect quarterbacks in today’s NFL?
A malevolent clown, a depraved bastard and a troubled boy: Are one of these actors sinister enough to channel the Clown Prince of Crime?
Watching movies and television in a projected format can boost your entertainment experience.
As a Dreamer, the young writer and director hopes to tell universal stories that allow people to see how we’re not so different after all.
With tracking devices, helmet cams and improved camera mobility, bungled calls may soon be a thing of the past.
Could these cult classics grace the big screen once again?
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