If you’ve got to be trapped in the same day for all eternity, you at least want to be able to lounge in an infinity pool, right?
50 First Dates manages to say something novel about this “meaningless, meaningless life” we life we live, as time-loop movies make so abundantly clear.
Scott Derrickson, director and screenwriter of The Exorcism of Emily Rose and Doctor Strange, reflects on his journey as a filmmaker and the significance of reckoning with fear.
Scott Derrickson, director and screenwriter of The Exorcism of Emily Rose and Doctor Strange, has a conversation about storytelling, the horror genre, and the creative process.
Award-winning screenwriter and director Paul Schrader revisits “Transcendental Style in Film” with Robert K. Johnson, professor of theology and culture, and President Emeritus Richard Mouw.
Award-winning screenwriter and director Paul Schrader discusses faith and trauma with Kutter Callaway, assistant professor of theology and culture, and LA Times film critic Justin Chang.
Award-winning director Paul Schrader reflects with a community of scholars on film and spirituality, transcendental style, and more.
Tony Hale, Emmy Award-winning actor, chats about his career in the entertainment industry and how the creative process shapes his understanding of humanity and identity.
David Lowery talks with us about his film A Ghost Story.
Martin Scorsese joined us for a conversation on his faith and on his film Silence.
A new Terrence Malick film is an event, though one that invited conversation rather than critique.
Taken as a whole Over The Garden Wall is a kind of modern day fairy tale, and understanding its deeper meaning starts with an essential interpretive lens: the setting of the Unknown. Both capitalized and set apart with an article, these woods are an manifestation of a timeless and liminal place.