Schindler's List

23 Feb 19
Paul Decker

The 2019 Oscars are just a day away now. If you’d like a dose of visual inspiration, check out this 10-minute video by Burger Fiction. It steps through every single film that won the “Best Cinematography” Oscar over the past 90 years, from 1929 to 2018 (and 2019 nominees as well). Here’s a complete list […]

23 Feb 19
The Indian Otaku

So I’ve been watching dozens and dozens of films that I found to be critically acclaimed or were relevant to pop culture even today. Some of them I found to be utterly marvelous and mimicking the great film critic, Roger Ebert, decided to list them as ” Great Movies”. Keeping the readers in mind, the […]

23 Feb 19
Movie of the Week

I checked and it looks like out of 90 movies that have won the Oscar for Best Picture, I have seen 57. For any who would be even remotely interested, here is how I rank those 57 movies: Shakespeare in Love (1998) Chariots of Fire (1981) On the Waterfront (1954) All About Eve (1950) The […]

23 Feb 19
filmmarvellous

You know, when we think or talk about the Oscars the so-called main categories are the ones that come to mind: Best picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director…. The thing is, there are a lot of different categories at the Oscars. And none of these categories should be underestimated. For a film to be […]

23 Feb 19
The Jam Report

We’ve reached the end of The Jam Report’s closer look at each of our eight nominees for Best Picture, and it seems only fitting we close on perhaps the most divisive nominee of the bunch. With critical and audience reaction split right down the middle, Adam McKay’s Vice has equal servings of supporters and haters. […]

23 Feb 19
Cat Amortegui

As I started to read and view the videos on how to best create a logo I had to break down my blog theme and think about iconic symbols to use as to ensure to convey the theme as universally as possible. Using a sleek simplified design I went for a stamp like logo. I […]

22 Feb 19
Zoe ESC Media

22/02/2019 Over the half term our class was set homework to do with our Kubrick project. The four tasks we were set were: Divide our blogs up into weeks and include all pre-production and production Watch this documentary https://vimeo.com/251241313 Upload the Kubrick Essay Upload our final film As I had already done 1, 3 and […]

22 Feb 19

We’re finally done with this Oscar Season! With the decisions that the Academy are making and the constant complaints when it came to two movies nominated for Best Picture, this has been the year everybody has been annoyed with this season. But, the time has finally come to do the final predictions for the upcoming […]

22 Feb 19
Imran Haider

I was not even a mild watcher till 2 years ago. TV for me has always been sports. And by sports, I mean tennis, pro wrestling (if you can call it sports) and cricket.

22 Feb 19
That's what I'd like to know

If ever a tragedy was put to a purpose unworthy of what it had cost the human race, the fictional depiction of the Nazis’ attempt to exterminate Jews within the empire they’d accumulated by 1942 has got to be among the worst. For a generation after the defeat of the Third Reich, every second movie […]

21 Feb 19
Tea with Ariana Kim

“I did it in colour… for another reason, which was that the Holocaust was known about… Churchill knew that the Holocaust was taking place. It was as obvious as a little girl wearing a red coat walking down the street.”