As the year winds down, the senior art exhibit is coming quickly.
Every now and then, I see a film that keeps me on my feet, and I can’t say that I’ve seen one that does this quite like “Paper Lives,” a new Turkish drama out on Netflix.
The riot grrrl scene was not fundamental to independent film, but it encouraged women to make films in a “coming of rage” sort of way, as it surged punk-power feminism into the spotlight. On March 3, Amy Poehler’s “Moxie” was released on Netflix, a mainstream movie that shone a light on the previously forgotten riot grrrl scene.
It’s a sad reality that the art of film is so void of female filmmakers. According to USAToday, only 13% of all directors are female, which is a four percent increase since 1998, and only five percent of all cinematographers are female, which is an increase of one percent since 1998.
Filmmaker J Blakeson took a stab at a crime thriller recently, and that’s pretty much all that went down.
Je Skido is a rapper and third-year student at Wartburg College. He has been making music since he was in high school, and will continue to do so beyond college.
Bryson Runge is a fourth-year student at Wartburg College, but as a musical artist he is known as Bryson the Illest.
Entertainment ToKnight (ETK) will host their annual large event, after working through COVID-19 guidelines from Wartburg College and following the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
I watched 49 movies from 2020 alone, and I only scratched the surface of everything I wanted to cover. However, despite the fact that my eyes are still eternally red, this is the list of every 2020 film I watched from best to worst.
Students craving a tattoo now can quench their thirst. On Sep. 15, 2020, Twisted Fate tattoo parlor moved from Cedar Falls to Waverly.