By Rali Chorbadzhiyska With the summer vibes getting closer and closer, I've decided to compile a list of my favorite comedies! So here it is: Superbad - Being lame has never been cooler ;)4 2. Friday - Once you get yourself acquainted with this 1995 masterpiece (that has a sequel), prepare for Last Friday! 3. Borat - Very nice! Coming … Continue reading Do You Feel Like a Comedy?
Here is a post by a friend and a brilliant Media and Communications student! Enjoy Plamena’s blog and specifically her account of the film ‘Palo Alto’! 🙂
Palo Alto, based on a book of related short stories of the same title, written by James Franco, is Gia Coppola’s stunning film directing debut. As the granddaughter of Francis Ford Coppola and niece of Sofia Coppola, a lot was expected from the rather young (27 year-old at the time) emerging film director. Gia was also given the task of writing the screenplay for Palo Alto for which Franco granted her complete artistic freedom when choosing how to approach the adaptation and which short stories she was going to focus on. In an interview for WeGotThisCovered.com, James Franco said that he made this decision because he wanted “the Gia Coppola kind of experience”.
The film focuses on the characters of Teddy (Jack Kilmer, son of Val Kilmer) and Fred (Nat Wolff), two young boys experimenting with drugs, going to parties, and being altogether reckless in their actions, and April…
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By Rali Chorbadzhiyska *When submitting a longer version of this article for an assignment, one of the comments was that there is a discrepancy between the text’s attitude towards the ‘N word’ and its simultaneous use by the author (myself). I am yet uncertain how to answer this one. I know this was in no … Continue reading The Essence of the ‘N Word’ as Presented by Tarantino in ‘Django Unchained’. Or a Bunch of Contradictions
Happy St Patrick's Day everyone! For the occasion, we decided to compile a list of Irish film we suggest you see ASAP! As always, for trailers click on the title of each movie. Enjoy! Brooklyn (2015) Directed by: John Crowley Based on the novel: Brooklyn by Colm Tóibín Starring amongst others: Saoirse Ronan, Emory Cohen and Domhnall … Continue reading Happy St Patrick’s Day
This Sunday we decided to add a more European flavour to our blog! For all those who are interested in stories and plots that go beyond the scope of the British/American scenery and language, here you will find our carefully selected lists of films from two of the largest European Cinema industries: the French and the Spanish. … Continue reading Foreign Cinema: French and Spanish
Happy International Women’s Day! by Chara and Rali We believe that today is a celebration for everyone (not just women) who have a mother, a grandmother, a wife, a girlfriend, a friend – a female role model or support system in their lives! Thus, we encourage you to take this opportunity and let them know how … Continue reading International Women’s Day 2017