Film Column #6: Trailers

November 5, 2014 Vector Staff 0

By Scott M. Waldman The film is announced, photos blanket everyone’s screensavers and profile pictures, and interviews commence. What comes next is the crowning achievement of film advertisement: the trailer. The trailer allows for each […]

Film Column #5: Remakes

October 29, 2014 Vector Staff 0

The good old days had many great film franchises that started as a single movie. It might have built up to a cycle of sequels, maybe a prequel, and eventually after decades of neglect, a […]

Zero-One: A weekly column about Film

October 1, 2014 Vector Staff 0

Life is a very strange set of actions, dramas, comedies, mysteries, and many distinct genres which encourage the production or encouragement of filming; whether of a fiction or nonfiction vocabulary. Throughout the many years of […]

Streaming and You: 1920s Films

October 1, 2014 Akshay Somana 0

With the plethora of movies we have today, it’s hard to believe that filmmaking is a relatively new art that began just more than a century ago. The first movies—black and white, soundless, and usually […]

Streaming and You: Sci-Fi Films

September 26, 2014 Guest 0

By Martyn Mendyuk, Staff Writer Netflix has an ever changing stock of movie and television shows, with new pieces being added and removed on a monthly basis. Aside from more popular work, such as Quentin […]

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