Tonight, it was standing room only in Georgia Tech’s Hall Building Room 102 for the 2013 State of Black Science Fiction Film Festival. Co-presented by the School of Literature, Media, and Communication and the State of Black Science Fiction Collective, it presented a number of cutting edge and independent films and opened conversation between filmmakers,Continue reading “Notes from the State of Black Science Fiction Film Festival 2013”
According to Ty Burr of the Boston Globe (and commented here and here), the big movie theater chains are sticking it to consumers by not enforcing the removal of a polarizing lens from digital projectors made by Sony. These lenses are what enable 3D projection technology–two lens, each projecting one polarized image in quick successionContinue reading “Complain If Your Digitally Projected 2D Movie is Dark”
Last night, Y and I capped our Spring Break with a science fiction movie: Battle: Los Angeles (B:LA). I imagine that the film was pitched as Black Hawk Down meets War of the Worlds. B:LA follows a platoon and its replacement Staff Sergeant Michael Nantz as they are called on to rescue civilians in Los AngelesContinue reading “Review of Battle: Los Angeles, Are the Marines Fighting Aliens or Corporate Raiders?”
Joss Whedon’s The Avengers film will be shot in Cleveland at the end of the Summer. I am going to look into being an extra! More details here: Upcoming ‘Avengers’ movie will be filmed in Cleveland | cleveland.com.
Okay–I began writing this blog post on Thursday, May 7 after watching the new Star Trek film. Since then, I’ve seen it a second time, and I’m probably going to see it a third when I have a chance. Since I saw the film, I’ve been blitzed with SFRA scheduling, Pakistaniaat layout work for ourContinue reading “Star Trek 2009 is Troubling and Wonderful at the Same Time”