A film about three generations of Chinese women coming together at Chinese New Year. Shot on iPhone 11 Pro. Directed by Theodore Melfi. Cinematography by Lawrence Sher. Starring Zhou Xun, China’s leading actress. Oh my…
Bianca Majolie was the first woman hired into the studio’s all-male story department in 1935. Her tenure would be marked with both triumph and prejudice. Majolie translated Le Avventure di Pinocchio from its original Italian, and then considered how to… Read More ›
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This short film made me think. Very well done.
Whether it’s all the Easter eggs in the most recent episode of “Riverdale” or a fan theory that connects all the kingdoms in the Disney universe, behind-the-curtain trivia is undeniably fascinating. That’s why a Twitter thread of little-known movie facts… Read More ›
Shot entirely on an iPhone. The remarkable thing is that even watching the trailer, I soon forgot about how it was filmed and was immersed in the story.