Netflix is the New H-Wood: A Closer Look at the Controversy at Cannes

When cinema legends Pedro Almodovar and Will Smith clashed over the role of Netflix in film at this year’s Festival de Cannes, it was the perfect storm for an international headline. Smith, a progressive, naturally laid out a passionate case for the benefits of a diet consisting of both streaming and theater-going. But ultimately, surrounded […]

How Prize Fighting has Shaken-up Action Choreography

MMA, or mixed martial arts, has exploded into the mainstream. The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), the world’s largest MMA promotion,  sold for over 4.2 billion dollars and broke annual records by selling a total of 9 million pay-per-views in just 2016. With the UFC making headlines on ESPN and fighters attracting celebrity-like TMZ coverage, both […]

Festive Affairs: The Princeton Student Film Festival 2016

This year’s Princeton Student Film Festival*, held in the public library’s community room, reached truly new levels of diversity. Docs, experimental shorts, and films in the middle ground shared the same screen, while viewers were treated to two nights of abounding creativity. Here we provide coverage of some of our favorite submissions. *Currently in it’s […]