By Erin Brady| email@example.com Short films are great ways of conveying big ideas in short runtimes. Many horror films, such as ‘Lights Out’ and ‘Mama’, actually get their start as short films that were acquired by studios to be made into…
By Erin Brady | firstname.lastname@example.org I have recently noticed a funny coincidence — in the two years the “It” film series has been released to the masses, Florida has been affected by two major hurricanes the week of each movie’s release….
For the first time upon a Flagler College stage, theatre and film will merge together in a unique conceptual twist of the Shakespearean play Macbeth.
It’s always good when a film can cause an existential crisis in your life. The short film “Salvatore” uses a tense atmosphere and a mortifying concept to leave the viewer speechless in just six short minutes.
For some students at Flagler, enjoying films means movie nights with friends in the Ringhaver Student Center, or the occasional full length feature at the Gamache-Kroger Theater, but for Sina Eslami, film is more than a pastime: it’s a passion.
By Matthew Goodman | email@example.com
Flagler College’s recent Communication Week featured a film panel from the Jacksonville area that provided a reality check for students interested in a career in television and film, but also encouraged them to chase their dreams.
By Emily Hoover | firstname.lastname@example.org
Gregory von Hausch, director of the Flagler Film Festival, said the goal of the festival, is drawn simply in the Fort Lauderdale Film Festival’s slogan: “Vacation from ordinary films.”
The four-day event begins on Sept. 30 and concludes on Oct. 3 and all of the films are shown on Flagler campus. It is a spin-off of the Fort Lauderdale festival and will continue on a three year cycle.