A short film by Northeastern student Joel Marsh was selected to be screened at the 65th annual Cannes International Film Festival in May.
By Carli Velocci, a third-year English major, with minors in journalism and cinema studies For many moviegoers, watching a Terrence Malick film is like looking at a Jackson Pollack painting: It’s visually stunning but ultimately confounding. Take, for example, “The Tree of Life,” Malick’s fifth feature-length film in his four-decade long career. “Life” is full…
After teaching himself cinematography shot by shot and later hitting the renowned Sundance festival, alumnus Chris Teague’s movie career is on the rise