MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD MSUM Alum Wins Award for Editing "Star Trek: Into Darkness" Trailer
Minnesota State University Moorhead Film Studies alum, Brent Rockswald, recently took home a Hollywood Reporter Key Art Award for editing the theatrical trailer for the film Star Trek: Into Darkness.
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REEL TALK: LET'S TALK ABOUT MOVIES, TV, AND A BIT OF POP CULTURE MY FIVE: Best heroines of horror
In honor of Halloween, I give you MY TOP FIVE Best Heroines of Horror.
5. Rosemary, "Rosemary's Baby," 1968.
Mia Farrow brings it as the delicate woman whose only objective is to save her unborn chi... Posted on 10/31/13 at 3:45 PM
MEDIA GIRL: LIVING IN A MEDIA WORLD The World's End Review
All good things must come to an end. The Worlds End, that is.
The third and final flavor in the Cornetto Trilogy (named for the popular English ice cream treat that makes a cameo in each film) follow... Posted on 8/24/13 at 12:58 PM
FARGO – Andrea Peltier has been standing in cold and blustery weather with a sign urging people to support a documentary film that will cast a critical eye on the prosecution of the man convicted of murdering her brother.
LOS ANGELES — “The Artist” won five Academy Awards on Sunday including best picture, becoming the first silent film to triumph at Hollywood's highest honors since the original Oscar ceremony 83 years ago.
For those who think that “bit” is the past tense of “bite” rather than a computer memory building block that along with other “bits” are the subsets for “bytes,” the movie “The Social Network” poses a few hurdles of age-related understanding.
Documentary looks at desegregation
Fargo’s Video Arts Studios hopes to tie the dedication of Davies High School this summer into a documentary celebrating one of the watershed events in ending segregation in the South.
The Energy and Environmental Research Center at the University of North Dakota will release its first full-length documentary focused on hydrogen and fuel cells and the many activities taking place around the country
to further the hydrogen economy
"The King's Speech" earned the most nominations, with seven, for the 68th annual Golden Globe Awards on Tuesday morning — including best picture, best actor for Colin Firth, best supporting actor for Geoffrey Rush, supporting actress for Helena Bonham Carter, best director for Tom Hooper, best screenplay and best original score.
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