Most people only dream of seeing their name on the big-screen, but for amateur filmmaker William Martinko, this dream has become a reality. Currently a sophomore at Temple University in Philadelphia, Martinko has been producing films since middle school, and his works range from gripping shorts to full-length features. In a world filled with so much noise, he has used his talent to make his voice and message heard loud and clear.
Everything old is new again. In the same way that you can buy a vinyl record at your local department store, film cameras of old have begun to gain popularity.
Quentin Dupieux, or as he calls himself when releasing music, Mr. Oizo, is a French born filmmaker and electronic musician. Dupieux’s penchant for the surreal combined with razor sharp wit and unmatched musical ability continues to make him one of the most exciting contemporary artists, despite having an expansive body of work dating back to 1997.
Ellen Simmons Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” the new film from J.K. Rowling, brings to the screen the wizarding world she first introduced in 1997 when Harry […]
Photographs courtesy of Endo What? Facebook page. Ellen Simmons Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal email@example.com Being a part of the team that prosecuted Enron, working with refugees in Liberia, and interning with Conan […]