Visionary Filmmaking: An Interview with Oliver Stone by Kim Frank
Midnight Express, Salvador, Platoon, W, Wall Street, Talk Radio, JFK, Heaven on Earth, Natural Born Killers, Nixon, Scarface, Evita, People vs Larry Flynt, The Joy Luck Club, The Untold History of the United States, Snowden….
When spoken aloud to almost any adult, virtually every movie on this list elicits some kind of audible response, such as the “oohhh…” heard at the end of a particularly cool firework display to the nostalgic “yeah” evoked upon re-discovering a beloved toy like Rock’em Sock’em Robots on eBay. More likely than not, at least one of these films is on our short list of all-time favorite films.
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Point of View: Family of Woman Film Festival POV Series Offers a Wealth of Knowledge by Sabina Dana Plasse
More often than not so much of what happens in the world has been diluted, filtered, or ignored. In 2015,
The weather was perfect. Slightly overcast, all the better to mask the sun’s harsh rays at high altitude. A light
It is poignant irony that the elderly male Kazakh eagle hunters, most of whom vehemently reject the idea of any
This February, SVPN celebrates the women of Sun Valley with a special issue dedicated to exploring the breadth and depth
It’s almost Sun Valley Summer Symphony night and tomorrow you’re planning to head up to the lawn with a picnic.
How much of what we think we know, do we really know? How often do you hear someone refer to