I keep thinking about the suitcase. Skylar (Talia Ryder) packs sweaters and a pair of jeans into an oversized travel bag (oversized, at least, for what is supposed to be a day-long trip). The next morning, Skylar and her cousin, Autumn (Sidney Flanigan), wake up when it’s still dark outside to board a bus from their hometown in rural Pennsylvania to New York City.
Despite this year’s SXSW being canceled due to COVID-19, the Austin-based festival has found a way to share some of its films with the public, making the majority of the shorts program available online for free starting on Wednesday, March 25.
The COVID-19 pandemic wildly affected supply and demand in the real estate market, exacerbating the existing housing shortage while driving demand as mortgage rates dropped to record lows.
Belle and Sebastian have been keeping busy during self-isolation. The Scottish indie pop band has shared a two-part collaborative project called “Protecting The Hive,” which includes lyrics created and submitted by B&S fans.
There are many reasons why people might want to become independent workers or freelancers.
Humphrey Bogart smokes, his furrowed brow passing judgement. “Bogie,” as the owner calls him, is barely perceptible as the lamplight casts a shadow on the Hollywood star’s furtive gaze. Film Noir Cinema, a Greenpoint video store and microcinema, is an homage to one of owner Will Malitek’s favorite genres — and the genre’s most iconic face.
While the full economic impact of the coronavirus can only be revealed in the months and years ahead, one thing is fairly likely: Rebuilding the nation will depend largely on how well America can continue to contain the spread of COVID-19.
As many Democrats are trying to make a $15-an-hour federal minimum wage a reality and include it in the new COVID-19 relief bill, a map from Statista reinforces just how vital that wage increase would be for Americans.
Kino Lorber, Oscilloscope Laboratories Launch Initiatives to Support Film Professionals During Coronavirus Pandemic
Some distributors are finding ways to support cinema workers, virtually. Kino Lorber and Oscilloscope Laboratories have unveiled new platforms for movie viewing that give back to film communities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite has made Oscar history, becoming the first film not in the English language to win Best Picture in the ceremony’s 92 years.
The Christmas season in 2020 has a few things in common with Christmas in 1918 during the Spanish flu pandemic. Namely, that many families will be staying home, and not celebrating together in-person this year, to try to contain the spread of COVID-19.
The Midwestern pageant queens of the #MeToo era are speaking out against workplace harassment, but the teen beauty contestant competitors of 1999 were setting their rivals on fire in open corn fields — at least, according to the outlandish, utterly crass, and possibly diabolical film, Drop Dead Gorgeous.
The college search process can be daunting. There are thousands of schools to consider—nearly 4,300 according to U.S. News & World Report. Creating a college list will not only help your child consider what they want to get out of their undergraduate experience, but which schools they can afford to attend.
In a November episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, guest Dave Grohl and Colbert agreed that the rock star had “one of the few feel-good stories of this year.”