In episode 1 of comPOSERS, Alex, Jay and Aaron discuss Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, composed by James Horner.
Dork Shelf and TIFF want to give you the chance to attend Trek Talks: Mae Jemison on Star Trek and the Future next week!
Humans ruined Star Trek: The Motion Picture just like we'll probably ruin the sublime beauty of untouched space.
Stop motion studio LAIKA continues to merge art and entertainment with Kubo and the Two Strings, an increasingly rare kind of cinema that needs to be supported by audiences if we're to get any more of it.
All over the place when it should be focused, the documentary To Be Takei is an intermittently likable, but ultimately frustrating look at one of the biggest geek and gay icons to ever live.
To Be Takei Special Presentations While director Jennifer Kroot and co-director/editor Bill Webber do a fine job of showcasing what makes actor, writer, and human rights activist George Takei such a fascinating and important historical figure when it comes to Asian and gay actors, the movie they made around him is a maddeningly disjointed mess. […]
The Measure of All Things The rarest ticket of the festival is this one night/one show only of Academy Award nominated filmmaker Sam Green’s live directed, conducted, narrated, and mixed documentary inspired by The Guinness Book of Records. With a soundtrack from The Quavers, the film blends traditional storytelling with performance for what’s sure to […]
All 197 films for this year's 21st annual Hot Docs Canadian International Film Festival were announced today, including opening night film The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz
Not funny, ugly to look at, filled with awful product placement, boring voice work, and mildly insulting historical parallels, Free Birds is a failure through and through.