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Interview with Spectrum Filmmaker

January 7, 2014 |

In addition to being the Online Editor of the Cinema & New Media Arts, I also collaborate with program director Joshua Sikora and his independent film company, New Renaissance Pictures. Last year we began releasing an

Much Acclaim About Almost Nothing

June 19, 2013 |

Much Ado About Nothing is easy bait for would-be Shakespeareans. The low-hanging fruit of the comedies, it is the most translatable to a modern audience because of the simplicity of its plot and characters. In some …

The New Arrested Development

May 30, 2013 |

The New Arrested Development Is Dark, Uneven and Frustrating. Can We Have Another?

James Poniewozik – TIME Entertainment

If you marathoned old AD before watching this, turning on the first episode (focused on a falling-out between …

The Warmth of “Parks & Rec”

May 2, 2013 |

Matt Zoller Seitz at Vulture on Parks & Recreation:

More than any network sitcom since The Andy Griffith Show, Parks and Rec catches the spirit of Preston Sturges’s small-town comedies (Hail the Conquering Hero, The Miracle …

Film Festival Mad Libs

March 8, 2013 |

Ethan Kuperberg writes an all-too true piece of satire for The New Yorker:

The Independent Film Festival is proud to promote the most innovative, groundbreaking independent cinema in the world. We believe in our commitment

Interview with the Director of "Paperman"

February 15, 2013 |

DP/30 speaks with John Kars, the director of the Academy Award-nominated animated short, Paperman, which premiered in front of Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph.

Shot in Burbank, February 2013 by DP/30.