The DePaulia

Poster for the short film music video

LGBTQ skaters shine at CineYouth

Lily Lowndes, Contributing Writer May 3, 2021

Bridget Johnson wants to put good energy into the world with her films. Her music video for the song “Only Love” by Gem Tree is featured in the category “Lights, Camera, Lockdown” in the 16th international...

Michael B. Jordan and Jodie Turner-Smith in

REVIEW: ‘Without Remorse’ displays consequences of turning a blind eye to those in power

Corey Schmidt, Copy Editor May 3, 2021

"Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse,” based on the novel written by Tom Clancy, was released on Amazon Prime Video this Friday. In the movie, Navy SEAL John Kelly (Michael B. Jordan) was on the cusp of fatherhood...

Chloe Zhao, winner of the awards for best picture and director for

From ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ to ‘Minari’: How Asian representation has changed in film and TV

Lucas Madlangbayan, Contributing Writer May 2, 2021

The Academy Awards saw a number of firsts this year. Chloé Zhao made history as the first Asian woman to win the Best Director award for “Nomadland,” while  “Minari”’s Youn Yuh-jung made history...

Demon Slayer: Infinity Train became the highest grossing anime film in the world.

REVIEW: “Demon Slayer: Infinity Train” is a wild ride

Lucas Madlangbayan, Contributing Writer May 2, 2021

Dueling it out with “Mortal Kombat” at the box office this weekend was a record-breaking movie: “Demon Slayer: Infinity Train,” the highest-grossing anime movie in the world, adapted from a manga...

Producers Peter Spears, from left, Frances McDormand, Chloe Zhao, Mollye Asher and Dan Janvey, winners of the award for best picture for

Oscars Recap: Nomadland nabs top prizes in a night of surprises

Lauren Coates, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

Sunday night saw the much-awaited ceremony for the 93rd Academy Awards, which —- after being delayed due to pandemic restrictions and switching venues — finally gathered the industry’s finest to...

Still of Joaquin Phoenix in

A retrospective critique of ‘Joker’

Brandon Yechout, Contributing Writer April 25, 2021

Todd Phillips’ “Joker” was lightning in a bottle. Easily ranking among the most significant comic book films of the past decade — a genre which it wears loosely — “Joker” polarized critics...

Still from

Before ‘Parasite’: Turning the spotlight to Korean classics

Brandon Yechout, Contributing Writer April 18, 2021

There’s no denying the magnitude of South Korea’s ever-escalating global cultural stranglehold — from Bong Joon-ho’s masterful “Parasite” Oscar sweep to the explosion in popularity of BTS and...

Still of Michelle Buteau, host of

REVIEW: ‘The Circle’ returns with another great cast

Lauren Coates, Staff Writer April 18, 2021

In January of last year, Netflix surprised audiences by dropping an unlikely gem of a reality series — "The Circle" — in its winter programming. Though the network has had an… interesting… track...

Still from

REVIEW: ‘Seaspiracy’ and the dark truths behind the human impact on the ocean

Lacey Latch, Editor-in-Chief April 11, 2021

In the same way that the revelations about SeaWorld’s captivation of killer whales in 2013’s “Blackfish” has weighed on my mind in the years since I first watched it, “Seaspiracy” has left...

Idris Elba and Caleb McLaughlin star as a father-son duo in

REVIEW: ‘Concrete Cowboy’ puts a modern Philly spin on the Old Hollywood Western

Lauren Coates, Staff Writer April 5, 2021

Though Millie Bobby Brown has far and away proven herself as the breakout star among the gaggle of talented teens on “Stranger Things,” the rest of the show’s younger cast members have slowly but...

Still from

REVIEW: ‘Minari’ offers breathtakingly authentic performance

Nate Burleyson , Arts & Life Editor April 4, 2021

One of the darlings of awards season this year — Lee Isaac Chung’s “Minari” — is a daring look into the life of a Korean immigrant farmer and his family in rural Arkansas. Beautifully led by...

Still from

REVIEW: ‘Tom and Jerry’ live action film is ultimately uninspired

Nate Burleyson, Arts & Life Editor March 7, 2021

The beloved Tom and Jerry franchise recently took its dip into the live action plus animated genre. The film, titled “Tom and Jerry” and directed by Tim Story, went live on HBO Max last weekend. With...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The Student News Site of DePaul University
Film & TV