Motion Media Arts Center
Motion Media Arts Center is a non-profit independent film, art, and technology center that comprises of the Austin School of Film and the Austin Cinemaker Space. Member Mondays is a weekly interview series highlighting current members & alumni of these two communities.
Member Mondays: Wallace Heller
Member Mondays: Fabian Villa & Essentials
Member Mondays: Leng Wong
Neon Tommy is an online new publication sponsored by the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism at the University of Southern California.
Film Review: August: Osage County
The play is made for film with evocative performances and a new standard of family dysfunction.
Film Review: Inside Llewyn Davis
“Inside Llewyn Davis” exudes genuine character portrayal, but lacks stamina to drive feasibility to the very end.
Film Review: Philomena
Inspired by a true story, “Philomena” follows two people on a journey for truth.
Interview: Director/Writer Kasi Lemmons On The Black Nativity
Kasi Lemmons discusses her movie “The Black Nativity,” working with Forest Whittaker and Jennifer Hudson, and her career.
Q&A: Director James Mangold Discusses The Wolverine
Mangold’s film is coming out on 4-disc Unleashed/Extended edition.
AARP’s First Annual Movies For Grownups Film Festival
From “Nebraska” to “August: Osage County,” 9 buzzworthy films were screened for 50+ moviegoers this weekend.
Film Review: Dallas Buyers Club
Matthew McConaughey delivers a groundbreaking performance in “Dallas Buyers Club.”
Film Review: Blue Is The Warmest Color
“Blue is the Warmest Color” creates a consuming love story that executes provacative elements with sincerity.
The Fifth Estate Illustrates Current Challenges In The Digital Era
“The Fifth Estate” brings light to the present tension between transparency and privacy.
Film Review: Kill Your Darlings
Starring Daniel Radcliffe, “Kill Your Darlings” manages to hang by a thread.
Film Review: After Lucia
This riveting film from Mexico presents a raw and intimate portrayal of bullying, grief, and vengeance.
Film Review: In A World…