The short films at Chattanooga Film Festival this year were brilliant and took up much of my time. They boasted such an incredible variety that I truly believe there was something for everyone. I know “under the radar” may seem like a loaded term, but I tried to stay up to date on what was being discussed on the festival’s […]
As 2021 nears its end we like to reflect on our favorite works that have release over the last year and one often overlooked aspect is the movie poster. They can draw you in with their beautiful visuals and they can inform you of what to expect from the movie using minimal imagery and text, but most importantly they can often make you consider adding a movie to your watchlist based entirely off the work of the incredibly talented graphic designer(s) behind them.
Birthed from film noir and murder mysteries of the 1940’s and 1950’s, the giallo film’s rise began with Mario Bava’s 1963 feature The Girl Who Knew Too Much, which many consider to be the first cinematic entry into the genre, and has since had countless films from a whole slew of directors enter the playing field. These productions typically took […]
On June 24-29 I had the luxury of virtually attending the 2021 Chattanooga Film Festival (which seems to have basically set the standard for virtual festivals last year, from what I’ve been told) for the first time ever and had an absolute blast! It was easy to feel the overwhelming amount of excitement from all the active users in the […]