Sound and fear: silent film in the digital era

Sound and fear: silent film in the digital era

With new developments in digital film, it’s easier than ever to create visual horror scenes that play on viewers’ emotions, rather than relying on sound to paint the picture, writes Alana Doyle.

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The bear necessities of animation

The technology used in the 2016 remake of The Jungle Book is helping to change the way we think of film, writes Shelby McKeown

Shining a light on love

Shining a light on love

Filmmaker Charlie Kaufman is blending film genres and turning rom-com stereotypes on its head, writes Alyce McVicar.

Artful funding needed from private patrons

Artful funding needed from private patrons

Creative producer Dan Clancey says government funding is not the only way to pay for the arts but others disagree. Annelise Answerth reports.

Arts crucial in an innovative nation

Arts crucial in an innovative nation

Arts advocates big spending promises to attract science and technology students overlook the importance of the arts, writes Shelby Garlick.

Following his celluloid dreams

Following his celluloid dreams

Eddie Tamir doesn’t just own cinemas, he is a film school graduate who dreams of making a feature movie, writes Halle Skews.