The monthlong celebration will feature more than a dozen educational events, including a film screening, an art exhibit, and a walking tour of Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood.
Take movie night outdoors this summer with these free screenings in parks around the city.
Brandon Isaacson, the vice president of Northeastern’s Film Enthusiasts’ Club, watches as many as 400 movies per year, from seminal classics to independent brain-busters.
Rising budgets, new technology, and Kickstarter campaigns are changing the game for moviemakers, according to executive professor of animation Terrence Masson.
Three short films created by Northeastern students will be screened in Tinseltown as part of the 12th annual Campus MovieFest.
This month’s issue of the National Science Foundation newsletter, Current, highlights civil and environmental engineering professor Auroop Ganguly. The article talks about Ganguly’s work modeling future water availability using various […]
A short film by Northeastern student Joel Marsh was selected to be screened at the 65th annual Cannes International Film Festival in May.
The film adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ “The Hunger Games” dominated the box office this weekend, netting more than $155 million in its first three days in theaters. We asked English professor Kathleen Kelly, who teaches classes that cover book-to-film adaptations and plans to see “The Hunger Games” this week, about what makes a successful movie version of a work of popular literature.
A third-year English major reviews auteur filmmaker Woody Allen’s 48th feature-length film.
Northeastern cinema studies professor talks about destructive impact that Hollywood depictions of beauty can have on eating and other behavior
With the recent release of Nintendo’s new 3DS, a handheld gaming system, and the popularity of movies like “Thor” and “Avatar,” the use of 3-D technology has increased over the past few years. Terrence Masson, director of Northeastern’s Creative Industries program, weighs in on 3-D’s revival and where the technology is headed.
Creative industries director Terrence Masson, who has worked in computer graphics and visual effects for some 20 feature films, discusses Elizabeth Taylor’s impact on American movies and culture.