Sarah Mease, Columbia College Chicago
Shia LaBeouf and newcomer Zack Gottsagen echo ‘Huckleberry Finn’ in this movie that’s equal parts tearjerker and laugh-out-loud comedy.
And they’re 100% organic and vegan.
Art just makes life better.
Netflix? Who is she? I don’t know her.
The powerhouse musician ups the ante by doing two simultaneous tours, Enigma and Jazz & Piano.
Does Tarantino’s new film live up to the seven-minute standing ovation it received from this year’s Cannes?
Five years on, it’s time to take a look at one of jazz music’s unlikelier duos.
Omar Lazri is taking art to new dimensions.
When life gave Cole Bennett lemons, he made Lyrical Lemonade.
Step one: Write a screenplay. Step two: Win Sundance. Step three: Quit your day job. Step four: Retire comfortably at 35.
Jameela Jamil wants you to change the way you see, not the way you look.
The ‘Nailed It!’ star and her ‘dick-list’ are the perfect podcast to contextualize your romantic woes.
They’ve done what everyone thought was impossible: teach millennials to cook (and not avocado toast).
Chances are they were behind some of your favorite projects of the year.
What a time to be a hip-hop fan.
Representation in criticism is more important than you know.
You love watching, so why not listen?
We’ll always have Paris.
If you’re looking for a serious self-love trip, this is the book for you.
Is this the most ambitious crossover in history?
These canonical texts are the basis of nearly every film curriculum.
The state has long played a role in the film industry (mostly by providing desert vistas), but the announcement means big things for New Mexican film.
The work is an articulate call for representation that accurately reflects how critical women have been to the industry.
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