This is a response paper to the introduction part of the A.O. Scott book “Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think About Art, Pleasure, Beauty, and Truth” for my Advanced Film Theory and Criticism class.
This is a response paper to the introduction part of the Anthony Lane book “Nobody’s Perfect: Writings from the New Yorker” for my Advanced Film Theory and Criticism class.
This is a response paper to a blog and book about Pauline Kael, a prolific writer and film critic with significant contributions to cinema, for my Advanced Film Theory and Criticism class.
This is a response paper to the essay “Against Interpretation” by Susan Sontag for my Advanced Film Theory and Criticism class.
Who can forget such films that influenced eras and generations of film enthusiasts? Even the young filmgoers today would probably know “Star Wars,” “King Kong” and “Jurassic Park.”
It screens under the Special Curated Section of the festival entitled “Food for Thought” (films that relied with balloons, eggs, and various food as symbolism).
Making a family road trip fun doesn’t have to start by the time people arrive in their intended destination. The long drive should be a fun time on its own.
This valuable project by the local government of the City of Navotas is a great opportunity for junior high school students to explore their talents and discover their potential skills in telling stories using the audio-visual medium.
Spending quality time with dads in celebration of Father’s Day can be most fitting when watching movies that particularly touch on father-child relationships.
Choosing fun or heartwarming musicals for a Mother’s Day movie marathon or for a movie night to cap off a pleasing family day can make the occasion even more vibrant, touching, and memorable.