Film Inquiry's resident physicist takes a look at teleportation in film and TV, explains
Gus Edgar reports from Cannes Film Festival, where he saw Solo: A Star Wars Story, Lars Von Trier's The House That Jack Built, and more, and lists the winners of the festival's Awards.
On Cannes days 5 & 6, Gus Edgar saw a variety of films, including Gaspar Noe's Climax, Mandy, and Spike Lee's latest BlacKKKlansman.
Film Inquiry's resident physicist takes a look at teleportation in film and TV, explains how teleportation would work, theoretically, and whether one day we might be teleporting from A to B.
While 'Fifth Generation Chinese Cinema' technically refers to the films produced by the fifth generation of graduates from the Beijing Film Academy following Mao Zedong's 'Cultural Revolution,' the connotations of the phrase are far deeper in meaning than simply referring to a group of people.
Lu Over the Wall combines a basic coming-of-age story with folkloric legend to concoct a tale of self-discovery that is incredibly messy, but also very beautiful.