Category Archives: Film and Video

Mothership

Unicorns in coffee shops, robots made of Beaux Art towers, and fleshy orbs. Mothership, the first Spagnuolo show of the season, looks like a futuristic Exquisite Corpse game. Jonathan Monaghan is an American computer animator and artist who received his … Continue reading

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Streaming News: Beyoncé and Criterion

Options for streaming two types of cinematic art–Criterion Collection films and Beyoncé’s new visual album Lemonade–have settled into two options. For better or worse, both require a subscription (but read on to discover similar material free from Lauinger). Beyoncé’s Lemonade, her recently … Continue reading

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Nostalgia Critic Defends Fair Use YouTube Clips

As part of Fair Use Week the Nostalgia Critic, a bespectacled and bitter film critic who reviews films and TV shows from his childhood, has created a video explaining just how predatory the Hollywood and corporate media system are towards removing independent YouTube … Continue reading

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Wapikoni Filmmakers Talk Shop This Friday

  Happy Spring 2016 Semester! Yes, it’s cold and gray outside, but you can find excitement in a new line-up of classes, fresh-smelling books, and an intriguing list of programming in GU art, film, and media studies. This Friday, January … Continue reading

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Katrina @ 10 Symposium

  A decade ago, in late August 2005, for several hundred thousand Americans, Hurricane Katrina presented a problem of survival. For those who remained in New Orleans, climbing onto roofs in Chalmette or into attics in the Ninth Ward, Katrina … Continue reading

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