In 2009, Quentin Tarantino’s witty dark humor and stylized bloodbaths in Inglourious Basterds managed to be enjoyable.
The Outside the Box music and arts festival, a brainchild of Emerson College alum and frequent benefactor Theodore H. Cutler, hopes to join the ranks of the Zoo and Lolla.
On Thursday night, ArtsEmerson kicked off its third season with investigative theater troupe The Civilians’ world premiere of Paris Commune in the Paramount Center Mainstage.
American Autumn, The Last Taboo and the Boston Creative Pro User Group (BOSPCPUG) presentation were all brought to Emerson over the course of two weeks courtesy of the program.
Artists and storytellers no longer feel restricted by margins or static images or pages with which reader interaction is solely limited to removed observation rather than engagement.
At “Safe Inside Your World, Kill Inside Ours: Urban Jungles, Dangerous Frontiers, and Virtual Warfare”, students were presented with an in-depth look at war-based video games and the dangerous effects they could have on their players.
Set in a distant future, Mega-City One is a crime-ridden wasteland where a new drug called Slo-Mo is taking a hold of the population.
Held in the Cabaret on Tuesday night, the Wax on Felt exhibition provided a lively pageant for performers and the audience.
he Poetry Foundation recently chose and featured five poems on their website by Senior Writer-in-Residence Richard Hoffman.
The Tribeca Film Institute helped fund the project by awarding an undisclosed grant to the undertaking in August.
Special performances of older forces merging with the new are popping up faster than ever.
LeBron James shattered the hearts of Clevelanders July 8, 2010 during ESPN’s televised on special The Decision.
Jason E. Grossman, a 2002 Emerson College graduate, and co-producer M. Kilburg Reedy knew they had found something spectacular the night they left a showing of Peter and the Starcatcher at the New York Theatre Workshop.
Thinking back, some earlier adaptations of comics to film like Superman in 1978 and Spawn in 1997 are remembered for their inefficient and unbelievable uses of special effects.
The event was held in The Bright Family Screening Room at the Paramount Center and hosted by Jonathan Wacks, professor and chair of the visual and media arts department. Werner served as executive producer on numerous television shows including The Cosby Show, Roseanne, and That 70’s Show.