Brian Anderson Gil, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
The French New Wave director who practically became a genre unto himself has inspired countless filmmakers, including the likes of Quentin Tarantino.
Twenty years after the film adaptation of his novel ‘American Psycho,’ the author maintains his status as someone with an honest artistic vision.
This investor suggests that going against the herd is the best way to make money — useful advice for those in college who are hoping to avoid the rat race.
These two California twins draw from a huge range of influences to make a sound that may not be commercial, but remains true to their artistic vision.
The director’s films invite us into the raw everyday lives of unusual individuals.
A naked glimpse of Veracruz during the pandemic.
The reaction to the debate between the anti-PC psychologist and the Slovenian Marxist shows that it’s easy to surrender thought to public intellectuals.
Many are headed back home because of the coronavirus, but what about those who have to leave the United States to get back to their families?
The innovative CEO has seemingly taken his values to new heights.
His work ‘The Taste of Cigarettes’ demonstrates that writing is borne of personal toil — whatever form that may take.
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The storied and often dangerous life of the Latin American author helped create stories that spoke to isolation and dislocation.
It can be painful, but it’s also incredibly fulfilling.
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