How hallucinations are depicted in the movies perpetuates myths and harmful stereotypes, rather than encouraging people to seek support.
A new book explores the enormous Alien franchise spawned by the 1979 film.
Understanding how Netflix, to date, has fostered screen sector equity and capacity matters as the CRTC consults about Canadian and Indigenous content.
Exploding cars are a staple feature of the Fast & Furious films. Entertaining, yes. But realistic - not so much.
More and more artists and filmmakers are exploring the aesthetic and narrative possibilities of making films inside video games. Here’s why.
An Anderson shot is distinct, from its colour palette to its framing, which is why his style is easy to mimic.
Anderson’s film style is being rolled out across cultural and geographic borders. This syncs with the filmmaker’s affinity for global cinema.
The writers strike lays bare all the ills of working on one of the lowest rungs of the entertainment industry.
Stars we ordinarily think of as goddesses are showcased, but the show also asks audiences to rethink what a ‘goddess’ might be.
Renfield attempts to remodel the vampire movie to 21st century specifications.
If there were any doubts about the destruction caused by the fire on 14th June 2017, then Steve McQueen’s film reveals its true desolation.
The game that’s all about jumping comes alive in a film where the story is secondary to celebrating decades of Mario.
Revenge narratives share well-recognised tropes: a murder, a ghost, madness, a stronger enemy and a vengeful hero. Each John Wick film honours these elements.
A team of scholars is digitizing the scripts of Eaton, the Montréal-born daughter of a Chinese mother and an English silk importer father.
Supernatural horror film The Pope’s Exorcist fictionalises Amorth’s exorcism ministry, adding in a centuries-old Vatican cover up for good measure.
A new film changes its story based on the emotions expressed by the viewer.
The Wales Broadcast Archive in Aberystwyth brings together the archives of the BBC, ITV and S4C under one roof.
Despite increasing use of non-English languages demonstrating broader acceptance of linguistic diversity in a globalized world, films sometimes suggest associations between ‘foreignness’ and villainy.
Del Toro’s Pinocchio stands out because it couples existential issues with real-world historical catastrophes.
The synth and strings signature of Oliver Coates’ score are combined with the isolated vocals of David Bowie and Freddie Mercury to haunting effect.