Unlike comic book superheroes, Slumdog hit a bit closer under our bellies with our eyes wide shut. Yet, now that “we” have had our eyes opened, will “we” place Third World poverty into another, more entertaining box?
Some filmmakers wear their influences like a clandestine coat of arms. While they’ll never really admit it, they are clearly borrowing from the wealth
Back in the late 1920s, when the fledgling Hollywood studios were looking for a way to further extend public awareness of their increasingly popular product,
In a little less than 12 hours, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will finish up the 2008-9 awards season with the handing out
In a little less than two weeks, America will be celebrating those costumed freaks known as the Watchmen. New Frontiersman TV is here to remind you that, sometimes, the greatest enemy is within. Stay tuned for more critical and eye-opening content.
It’s bandwagon jumping time, and since Hollywood is about ready to hand out its own brand of bewildering backslapping, the nearly three-year-old SE&
Like the proverbial bar bet where everyone believes they’re right, pointing to Oscar and acknowledging the many missteps in reward judgment they’ve made
In preparation for Sunday's Oscar Ceremony, SE&L will be looking over the Show's history of poor selection, beginning with our original article from 2007. Tomorrow, look for more blunders, while Thursday will feature our own annual Short Ends and Leader Awards.
Outcasts rarely have a bully pulpit from which to preach. For the most part, those so afar from the maddening crowd are meant to stay
John Gulager’s rise from wannabe filmmaker to creator of the fright-astic Feast series was only partially documented on the cinema-based reality series Project Greenlight.