[ad_1] THE LADY EVE I’ve been spending quite a bit of time lately viewing the films Stanley Cavell calls “comedies of remarriage” and his essays on them in his book Pursuits of Happiness. We can leave aside the question of whether or
[ad_1] The millennium is the rise of adaptations. Film adaptation is a type of derivative work where a written work is transferred in part or in whole to a feature film. As an original story takes long to develop, it usually takes
[ad_1] One of the most beautifully animated films in cinematic history, Finding Nemo won over crowds and critics alike. With its heart-warming tale, detailed underwater scenery and cast of endlessly entertaining characters, this film has a special place in households around the
[ad_1] The Twin Rivers Media Festival is the first weekend in May every year in Asheville, NC. All proceeds from the festival, after promotional and other expenses, go back to the film makers and media artists. Next year is Twin Rivers Media
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