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What’s fresh on Amazon Prime

What’s fresh on Amazon Prime

Matt Koske

November 13, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Take a look at what's Fresh on Amazon Prime. Read More »

Miles Teller plays Adam Schumann in soldier’s homecoming drama

Miles Teller plays Adam Schumann in soldier’s homecoming drama

Matt Koske

October 23, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Following the adaption of Chris Kyle’s autobiography “American Sniper,” Jason Hall (“Paranoia”) makes his directorial debut with yet another adaption of Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Finkel’s second non-fiction book, “Thank You for Your Service.” Read More »...

Film review: Blade Runner 2049

Film review: Blade Runner 2049

Jonathan Ballew

October 16, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Thirty five years ago, the original “Blade Runner” hypnotized viewers with never-before seen visuals and thrilling sound design.  Read More »...

Film Festivities: A look into the Chicago International Film Festival

Film Festivities: A look into the Chicago International Film Festival

Matt Koske

October 2, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

As award season is fully underway, film festivals are taking place every other weekend and the word of mouth is spreading for films that greatly deserve it. Last year, the Chicago International Film Festival welcomed films like “Arrival,” “La La Land” and “Moonlight.” If you have any incl...

MoviePass cards delivered after significant price drop

MoviePass cards delivered after significant price drop

Matt Koske

September 25, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

MoviePass is simple. You pay a monthly subscription that grants you the option to see up to one move per day, for every day of the month. Fortunately, for us moviegoers, it just got a whole lot simpler.  Welcome to the MoviePass, the monthly payment of only $9.95. Read More »...

Film Festivals: An in-depth look at what happens in front of the big screen

Film Festivals: An in-depth look at what happens in front of the big screen

Matt Koske

September 18, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

The film festival circuit is crucial for independent filmmakers, buyers, sellers, distributors, studios, press, whoever, you name it. No matter your interest or your involvement in the movie medium, there’s a niche for you. Read More »...

What’s fresh in film

What’s fresh in film

Matt Koske

September 11, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

IT Beloved Stephen King and Pennywise return to the big screen for another go around of “It” after the 1990 miniseries. Both projects are adapted from King’s highly successful novel of the same name from 1986. The anticipated film has acquired countless memes under its marketing campaign as horro...

Actors from Kathryn Bigelow’s “Detroit” discuss societal conflicts and police brutality

Actors from Kathryn Bigelow’s “Detroit” discuss societal conflicts and police brutality

Matt Koske

August 2, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Our Arts & Life Editor, Matt Koske, got to sit in on an exclusive screening of "Detroit" last week. Shortly after, he sat down for a round-table interview with two of the film's stars, Algee Smith and Jason Mitchell. "Detroit" will be released in theaters across the country this Friday. In...

Union Station’s new exhibit showcases Chicago film and travel

Union Station’s new exhibit showcases Chicago film and travel

Pat Mullane

September 19, 2016


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

The usual walk through Chicago’s Union Station is one surrounded by glimpses of a fast paced traffic of suited men, or an exhausting party of families waiting for their train, or perhaps just a silent empty station. And now, also the sight of Hollywood’s biggest movie stars. Displaying in Unio...

Review: ‘Suffragette’ connects with modern issues

Review: ‘Suffragette’ connects with modern issues

Erin Yarnall

October 25, 2015


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Throughout the past 96 years since women have gained the right to vote, many young female voters have stopped caring about the political power their vote holds, and voter turnout has continued to decrease. Read More »...

Steven Spielberg praises his heroic characters

Steven Spielberg praises his heroic characters

Matt Koske

October 18, 2015


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

On behalf of his newest film “Bridge of Spies,” director Steven Spielberg participated in a nation-wide college conference call, and the DePaulia was able to speak to the three-time Academy Award winning director during a 45-minute Q&A phone call. Read More »...

‘The Walk’ pre-screening provides interactive experience

‘The Walk’ pre-screening provides interactive experience

Matt Koske

October 4, 2015


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

What makes something impossible? Many believed that walking on the moon was impossible. The same goes for the incredible feat of walking across the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. Read More »...

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