Like many other public venues, cinemas have not been spared from the coronavirus shut down, leaving many moviegoers no other choice than to wait it out until they see the big screens again. But it appears that’s not necessarily the case everywhere. A resourceful cineplex in … [Read more...] about Shutdown movie theater turned its parking lot into a safe drive-in cinema
It’s nice and all that, that award shows such as the Golden Globes and the Oscars are serving plant-based foods and forgoing plastic water bottles, but it's on the sets of films where the movie industry can actually make a big environmental impact. After all, producing a film … [Read more...] about The film industry is starting to clean up its act—beyond award shows
Lessons in female leadership from Mulan, Whale Rider and Kill Bill Tijn Touber and Manfred van Doorn| July/Aug 2007 issue The world needs more female decision-makers in politics and business, according to psychologist Manfred van Doorn. And he believes great role models inspiring … [Read more...] about What women–and the rest of us–can learn from Hollywood
Great scenes from politically engaged cinema Luke Disney | November 2006 issue Say “politically engaged cinema” to Westerners these days and the first image that comes to mind might be American documentary director Michael Moore. The creator of Fahrenheit 9/11 and Bowling for … [Read more...] about Lights! Camera! Committment!