As part of an ongoing partnership between the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Antenna and SCMS’s Cinema Journal, Stefania Marghitu gives a first-hand report straight from the 21st anniversary of Console-ing Passions at De Montfort University in Leicester, UK.
Ten (or more) media industry news items you might have missed recently.
With the release of “Monster’s University,” Pixar takes the next step in nostalgic tendencies, but has this stifled their innovation and creativity?
Miami Heat fans’ early exit from game six of the NBA Finals is the latest flashpoint in mediated discussions of Florida this year.
A panel reacts to the recent comments by Soderbergh, Spielberg, and Lucas on the state of the film industry and the medium’s future
An appeal of fair use case Cariou v. Prince (2013) has implications far beyond the art world, into the digital and other forms of media, while also raising the issue of what is moral in fair use, not just legal.
BBC America’s campaign to earn the Orphan Black actress a nomination comes at a time when the Academy’s traditional logics are being challenged by new spaces for Emmy campaigning.
The current debate over vernacular auteurism overlooks an important fact: French auteurism was always vulgar.
E3 begins this week and with it will come more news on Sony and Microsoft’s new consoles. What might we learn and how will it change the entire gaming industry?
Casting news on Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’ leads to a reflection on his past work, authorship, and his own inherent vices.