Film School Rejects

Interview: Aoife McArdle, Ann Skelly, Ryan Lincoln on the World of ‘Kissing Candice’ (September 2017)

Toronto Film Festival 2017: ‘Kissing Candice’ Review (September 2017)

Yearning for Closure: Why ‘Zodiac’ Remains David Fincher’s Best Film to Date (August 2017)

Maudie’ Review: Visual Art as Memory (August 2017)

The Womanhood of Space Cinema (August 2017)

‘Game of Thrones’ and the Tasty Symbolism Behind Its Food (July 2017)

Gatsby’s Green Light, as Told Through Cinema (July 2017)

Exploring the Roald Dahl Cinematic Universe (July 2017)

The Early 2000s Impact of Amanda Bynes (July 2017)

The Foreign TV Dramas You’re Missing Out On (June 2017)

Hailee Steinfeld, a Good Actress, Eyes ‘Transformers’ Franchise, a Bad Move (June 2017)

Here’s Why you Should be Excited for Alex Garland’s ‘Annihilation’ (May 2017)

Nicole Kidman Champions Equality Behind the Camera (May 2017)

Gina Prince-Bythewood to Direct Silver Sable and Black Cat Movie (May 2017)

Elisabeth Moss is Ruling Our TV Screens (May 2017)

Image and Emotion: Takeaways from a Conversation between del Toro, DuVernay, Mangold and More (May 2017)

Mia Wasikowska and Mia Hansen-Løve May be the Perfect Match (May 2017)

From ‘Baywatch’ to Ted Bundy: Is Zac Efron Interesting Again? (May 2017)

‘The Falling’ Director Carol Morley is Coming to America (May 2017)

It’s Time to Meet Your ‘New Mutants’ (May 2017)

‘Logan’ Star Dafne Keen to Sink her Claws into New Drama ‘Ana’ (May 2017)

See Hayao Miyazaki Embrace Computer Animation in ‘Never-Ending Man’ (May 2017)

South Korean Thriller ‘The Merciless’ Is Set to be the Next ‘Train to Busan’ (May 2017)

Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ Poster Has Lots of Akira Kurosawa (and Dogs) (April 2017)

Clint Eastwood to Direct Patriotic Real Life Heroism Tale, Again (April 2017)

‘The Beguiled’ Trailer: Sofia Coppola Goes West (April 2017)

Do We Really Need a Live-Action ‘King Kong’ TV Series? (April 2017)

Where in the World is Gina Rodriguez? (Clue: She’s Everywhere) (April 2017)

Is TV Finally Recognized as Cinema at Cannes? (April 2017)

This is About Obsession: The New Trailer for ‘I Love Dick’ is Here (April 2017)

Meet Walter Presents, the Streaming Service that Specializes in Foreign Drama (April 2017)

Let’s Go to Green Gables with the New Trailer for Netflix’s ‘Anne’ (April 2017)

Movie Posters In the Age of the Internet (April 2017)

It’s a Neon, Mysterious World in the ‘American Gods’ Opening Titles (April 2017)

When Meaningful Cinema Is Entertaining (March 2017)

The Beauty of Jean Cocteau’s ‘La Belle et la Bête’ (March 2017)

The Nature of Robots (March 2017)

The Lasting Humanity of ‘Two Days, One Night’ (March 2017)

The Many Homes of Hayao Miyazaki (March 2017)

‘The Walking Dead’ Finally Finds Its Feet Again (February 2017)

Who Is the True Master of Suspense? (February 2017)

The Persistent Women of Cinema (February 2017)

Mia Wasikowska and How The Quietness of Acting Remains Unrewarded (February 2017)

‘T2 Trainspotting’ Carefully Brings the Past Into the Present (February 2017)

You Are What You Eat: How Hannibal Brought Cannibalism Back to Pop Culture’s Dinner Table (January 2017)

The Best Movies Directed by Women in 2016 (January 2017)

Framing Wes Anderson’s Memories (January 2017)

The Movies and Shows We Fear in 2017 (January 2017)

Nerve’s Portrayal of a Dystopian World Shows the Evolution of Social Media on Film (January 2017)

The Search for Narcissism in Search Party (January 2017)

In 2017, Hayao Miyazaki Rises Again (December 2016)

A Look Inside Orson Welles’ Sketch Book (December 2016)

The Best Movies of 2016: Our Interns Picks (December 2016)

The Revelations and Reawakenings of Guillermo del Toro (December 2016)

The Most Enduring Movie Moments of 2016 (December 2016)

I Laughed, I Cried: The Joy Found in Sofia Coppola’s Representations of Girlhood (December 2016)

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