What we're watching: a video essay explaining why Lars von Trier's film is one of the funniest of 2018.
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Author: Meg Shields
Here's a tribute to the various iterations of 'Nana,' and the two Anna's who played her best.
Focus up, with this video essay on the storytelling potential of the rack focus shot.
Here's a video essay on why watching a Stanley Kubrick film can be a trance-like experience.
Here's a video essay on why two episodes of 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' are shining examples of a show using the bottle episode to its advantage.
Here's a video essay that clarifies the importance of a script breakdown with a look at Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Moore, Moore, Moore! How do you like it, how do you like it?
Here’s a video essay about the difference between queer coding and queerbaiting and what that difference can teach us about the history censorship and queer representation in Hollywood.
Here's our monthly rundown of all the horror flicks dropping and departing from your favorite streaming services in July 2020.