Tragic WorshipJune 12, 2013 | Cinema & New Media Arts
Carl Trueman writes about death, tragedy, and Christian worship over at First Things:
The problem with much Christian worship in the contemporary world, Catholic and Protestant alike, is not that it is too entertaining but …
Exploring IntuitionApril 16, 2013 | Cinema & New Media Arts
from Marilynne Robinson’s When I Was a Child I Read Books
For me, at least, writing consists very largely of exploring intuition. A character is really the sense of a character, embodied, attired, and given voice …
Are There Women in Movies?February 6, 2013 | Cinema & New Media Arts
In an article for The Examined Life, Amanda Ruud considers the way Hollywood films present women characters.
In 1985 a woman named Liz Wallace came up with a test (now commonly called the “Wallace-Bechdel test” or …
The Worlds of Wes AndersonFebruary 1, 2013 | Cinema & New Media Arts
A lovely essay by Michael Chabon on director Wes Anderson.
The world is so big, so complicated, so replete with marvels and surprises that it takes years for most people to begin to notice that it …