How did a movie that seemed so promising do so poorly in theatres?
Richard Linklater’s movie Boyhood is an incredibly moving portrait of childhood and adolescence.
A-Most-Wanted-Man--Flickr--Punk-Toademiniscent of old-school spy thrillers, A Most Wanted Man delivers a compelling and humanistic view of terrorism, espionage and bureaucratic power play.
A new class at the University of Saskatchewan has students from a variety of backgrounds coming together on an ambitious film project titled Paper Airplanes.
Gray Myrfield and Erich Jurgens have spent much time working together on theatre production but have now moved on to the world of filmmaking in a province that offers very little support for the industry.
When Brad Wall’s government cancelled the Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit, it caught many in the film industry flat-footed. The cancellation of the film credit was announced in Regina March 21 as a part of the 2012 budget. The elimination of the credit was part of an effort “to ensure provincial finances remain sustainable,” Culture Minister
Members of the 2009-10 Huskies basketball team reunited March 15, but rather than meeting on the court, they were checking tickets and greeting people at the Roxy Theatre. The former squad was ushering fans for the premiere of Underdogs, a feature-length documentary film that captures the journey their team took en route to becoming Canadian Interuniversity
No one likes to be bullied. It happened to many of us as young pups in the schoolyard, and it continues to happen, especially with the rise of cyber-bullying in the information age. So it was natural that an intrepid filmmaker would have the desire to make a hard-hitting documentary on the subject of bullying. Unfortunately,
Need some help predicting this year’s Oscar winners? The Sheaf has you covered. Oscar prognosticators Aren Bergstrom and Colin Gibbings both give their picks on who will win at the 84th Academy Awards. So take notes and get ready to win that Oscar pool come Feb. 26.
Some plays are so insightful, so vivid and so entertaining that they demand to be turned into films. Or so some producers must think. Unfortunately, what works in the theatre may not always work in the cinema. Such is the case with Carnage. I suspect the Tony Award-winning play by Yasmina Reza may be far more