Emerson College’s visual and media arts professor Marc Fields’ documentary, Give Me the Banjo, archives the turbulent yet rich history of the stringed instrument.
The secret no one tells you about art school is that it ruins your sense of perspective.
After the five contestants perform their pieces, two will be eliminated by live text message voting.
At the end of the night sophomore visual and media arts major Darian Carpenter was crowned the winner.
immy’s eclectic team of writers and performers created a kaleidoscopic medley of jokes.
Emerson College’s student-run film production organization Warlords Productions prides itself on creating films in the genres of adventure, horror, crime, and thriller.
At her best, Ms. Almada paints an uncompromising portrait of the scarred and socially numb psyche of Mexico’s working class men and women who water, cut, sculpt, and maintain the cemetery.
On Saturday, Oct. 6 the gallery held its grand opening that yielded nearly 300 enthusiasts
Living in a city can get exhausting.
Galvin blames video games, computers and the parental fear of “stranger danger” for handcuffing 21st century children to their couches.
The second annual International Experimental Cinema Exposition demonstrated 12 16mm short films, projected in their original formats.
The family-friendly sports drama follows Abigail Brooks, a thirty-year-old rower who has trained for the Olympics her whole life and has learned once again that she did not make the team.
he documentary follows Mazwi, a South African who is the youth leader for Abahladi base Mjondolo, a protest organization formed to fight The Slums Act. Mazwi, along with the documentary’s co-director Dara Kell, took questions from the audience after the viewing.
Onofrio found the stimulus for her sporadic tones and beats in the minimalistic music of Philip Glass, hip hop, and heavy electronic.
In 2009, Quentin Tarantino’s witty dark humor and stylized bloodbaths in Inglourious Basterds managed to be enjoyable.