Staring down various white pills, ‘Warning: This Drug Will Kill You’ documents the real struggles of families afflicted with addiction and their desperate attempts to escapes its grasp.
Paul Thomas Anderson highlights HAIM’s performative excellence in the claustrophobic setting of its latest ‘Right Now’ music video.
From streaming services, to networking and content creation, Tracey Wigfield, BC ’05 and other insiders in some of entertainments biggest industries speak about challenges in the current market.
Student-made films about social justice issues provoked thoughtful reflection during screenings at BC’s Arts Fest 2017.
In ‘The Lost City of Z’ the real quest of one man is brought to life as a dream of a lifetime is brought to fruition one step at a time in the jungles of the Amazon.
Though star studded, ‘Free Fire’ is a fun shooter romp, but amounts to little in terms of purposeful mindless violence and overplayed one-liners.
Rife with poignant symbolism, ‘Your Name’ detailing the struggles and triumphs of two star-crossed lovers inhabiting the others body for a time.
After a scientist proves the existence of an afterlife, life and death are never quite the same in this fascinating sci-fi tale.
Creating a film that operates more as a portrait than a linear sequence of events, ‘Song to Song’ is a compelling plot of love and life for the ages.
Though ‘Life’ does make audiences think about the larger implication of life beyond earth, it does suffer from some derivative horror tropes that one can see even from space.