By having more frames projected at a faster rate, movement should look smoother with a sharper overall image, without regular films motion blur. Is this the way of the future, or another distracting gimmick?
Saskatoon’s landscape won’t be so flat this week— at least not when it comes to culture. The Banff Mountain Film Festival’s world tour will be rolling through the city Jan. 14.
In 2001, when Life of Pi was little more than blurb on Canadian author Yann Martel’s agent’s catalogue, Hollywood was already expressing interest in buying the movie rights. Now, after the immense success of the novel, Life of Pi is premiering on the big screen. The Sheaf sat down with the local author to get
The movie may have been primarily made for children but it’s enjoyable for people of all ages and can easily be abused for all sorts of adult fun (a.k.a. a movie theatre drinking game.)
Whether you’ve grown up only vaguely aware of the films or were born with a lightsaber in your hand, it’s hard to deny the impact George Lucas’s Star Wars franchise has had on the entertainment industry. Now, 35 years after the release of the first film, the series has a new hope.
Most students have completed their midterms and are looking for a reprieve before the last push to final exams. That reprieve is Halloween, a time for partying and of course a time of spine-tingling tales and eerie creatures. If you’re not in the mood for Halloween and want to get into it, then here are
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,
Ever liked a movie that most people seem to hate? Everyone has at least one. Some have several. Ever hated a movie everyone else seems to love? Again, of course you do. Even Star Wars has its detractors — weird, mole-like detractors with acne who smell like bantha poodoo. Pity them.
If any of you fine readers out there are like me, then you are probably a bit tired of the traditional style of Christmas music and movies. Sure, they have their place, but for some reason many people seem to hold them to a different standard than regular music and movies. This is probably related to
I used to be terrified by horror movies until I realized there’s nothing scary about them. Honestly, when is the last time you were chased by an axe-wielding maniac to the sounds of violins and cellos? Final exams, terminal illnesses and dieing alone – now these are legitimate fears.