FANTASIA 2021 INTERVIEW: ‘Glasshouse’ – Jessica Alexander

Our Editor-in-Chief, Hayley Paskevich, had the opportunity to talk to one of the stars of ‘Glasshouse,’ Jessica Alexander.

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FANTASIA 2021 INTERVIEW: ‘Dreams on Fire’ – Philippe McKie

Our Editor-in-Chief, Hayley Paskevich, talked to director Philippe McKie about ‘Dreams on Fire,’ his new film set in the world of Japanese dance.

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FANTASIA 2021 INTERVIEW: ‘Baby, Don’t Cry’ – Zita Bai, Vas Provatakis, and Qiyu Zhou

Hayley Paskevich, our Editor-in-Chief, interviewed the cast and producer of ‘Baby, Don’t Cry’ ahead of its world premiere at Fantasia Festival.

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FANTASIA 2021 REVIEW: ‘Dear Hacker’ (2021) is a Thoughtful Thinkpiece on Technology

Alice Lenay’s ‘Dear Hacker’ takes an introspective approach to the technological world, raising existential questions from within.

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The Nightmarish and Sublime Beauty of the Undiscovered in ‘Annihilation’ (2018) and ‘Interstellar’ (2014)

These two films elegantly unravel what it means to experience things as inconceivable as they are alluring, which continually pull at and dismantle human instinct.

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Disrupting American Mythologies: ‘Nomadland’ (2020) and Tales of Manifest Destiny

The experience Zhao aims for is one that engages thoroughly with the modern-day repercussions of Manifest Destiny. She excites us about a romantic lifestyle with boundless opportunities, but uses this lifestyle to question the mythology of the West.

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REVIEW: ‘The Birthday Cake’ (2021)

‘The Birthday Cake’ falls short on several counts, but namely in its heavy-handed writing. There are no subtle flavors to this cake, nor any masterful strokes of the icing on top.

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Revisiting Wes Craven’s ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ (1984) and Horror’s Obsession with the Female Mind

“What remains brutally unwavering is the violence inflicted on female characters and its link to male fantasy and desire.”

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