WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ- In film criticism, the auteur theory states that the greatest directors are the true authors of their own films, and that though film is a collaborative effort, there are unifying elements that render each movie in a filmmaker’s filmography uniquely their own, whether it’s through composition, editing, camera movement, dialogue, themes, […]
Specialist Professor Matthew Lawrence of the Department of Communication curated Monmouth’s fourth annual Black Maria Film Festival on Thursday, April 2 in Pollak Theater.
Julian Garcia, curator of the Monmouth Cinema Club, reviews two movies by the famous director, Alfred Hitchcock.
The Verge reviews the classic film, “Ed Wood,” starring Johnny Depp.
MU Cinema Club screens Duck Soup.
WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ – Films that communicate the glorious excitement and disenchanting sadness of love are a rarity; yet in Spike Jonze’s Her we are treated with a film that looks squarely at the heart of modern relationships and does not turn away. It is a film that does not give you the conclusive resolution that you want, […]