Trilith Studios: The Live-Work Film Neighborhood in Atlanta Providing COMMUNITY, the Missing Factor in Los Angeles
As Trilith residents put it, “Everybody’s just happy here. You can’t live here and not be happy” and “I will always have a house here until the day I die”.
‘Boyz n the Hood’ is just as relevant today, as it is a sobering account of life in low-income neighborhoods, full of gang violence and police brutality.
Black hair is divine. Twisted in our strands is an ancestral blessing to be beautiful, rich in heritage, culture, and the secret arts of our crown.
We will try to cover as much of the history as possible and will give a brief description of the movies and why its posters are iconic.
The characters’ sexual suppression is mirrored in all of ‘Ammonite’ as Francis Lee proves his talent again after the breathtakingly amazing ‘God’s Own Country’.
‘Shoplifters’ is about financial struggles amidst an aggressively capitalistic world, and yet it is a warm-hearted family feature disguised as a movie.
Wes Anderson has consistently made films with compelling stories about idiosyncratic characters, with powerful universal themes elevating him to auteur status.
Emerging horror director, Aneesh Chaganty teams up with certified scream queen Sarah Paulson in an original thriller ‘Run’.
Directed by Lorcan Finnegan, ‘Vivarium’ is a creatively horrific look at humans behaving like Cuckoo birds – which is basically terrifying.
‘Industry’ was created and written by two former bankers themselves with the first episode being directed by Lena Dunham of ‘Girls’ fame.
‘Orange is sus’: Indie Game ‘Among Us’ Saving Democracy, Asks Players to Win by Choosing Fact Over Fake News
The suddenly viral indie game ‘Among Us’ tasks its players with discerning facts from fabrications, and might be the antidote to today’s ‘post-truth’ society
We have watched as Stephen Colbert has eloquently and humourously put his finger on the pulse of America and here are 32 facts that explain him better.