A combination of chemistry, astrophysics, and magic People through history have come with all kinds of creative explanations for the northern lights. Per Helge Nylund, who curates the Tromsø Museum, says
But Sundance hasn't been a complete triumph for Netflix, which endured a high-profile snub on Tuesday when it lost out on Nate Parker's powerful slave revolt film, "The Birth of a Nation." "The Birth a
Including Werner Herzog's latest and two searing films about gun control. The movies most commonly associated with the Sundance Film Festival are indie darlings -- daring dramas like "Sex, Lies and Videotape,"
'Lo And Behold: Reveries of A Connected World' will premiere at Sundance 2016 Werner Herzog is the best. This is a scientific fact. The German film director, who once ate his own shoe as a consequence
An Alfred Hitchcock film helped to prove one patient had been conscious while in a coma-like state for 16 years. The discovery shows that neuroscience may still have lots to learn from the ancient art
I can't wait to get my hands on all of these books! From the soul-soothing words of Brene Brown to the historical observations of Margo Jefferson, there's something this fall for everyone. I can't wait
Sebastian Schipper’s extraordinary thriller is no mere stunt but an immersive experience whose gripping performances and technical innovation make it hard to shake Shot over two hours in a single, dazzling
Telluride may have rained on Venice’s parade, but fine performances marked the festival, notably Ralph Fiennes in A Bigger Splash. Meanwhile, Charlie Kaufman’s Anomalisa was a heart-rending highlight around
National Geographic archaeologist Fredrik Hiebert predicts the amazing finds we may make in the 21st century. When the National Geographic Society awarded its first archaeology grant to Hiram Bingham 1912,
The films of a century ago may look like a foreign landscape, but 1915 was the year when cinema, as we now know it, was born. Blockbusters, widescreen and Technicolor can all trace their origins back years.
Ahead of MoMA’s and the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s centennial celebration of Bergman’s career, her daughter reflects on a woman who didn’t care for makeup and who swore by keeping things simple The Museum
There seems to be a strong correlation between degree of transformation and number of Oscars. Probably because there seems to be a strong inverse relationship between degree of transformation and number
The Canadian film-maker is one of today’s most celebrated young talents, but has yet to break into the US market. With his next project he plans to change that At 26, Xavier Dolan has already written directed
Glasgow Short Film Festival | Drive-In Film Club/Pop Up Screens | Pleas Fest | Focus Film Festival This festival actually has much more than just short film to it. Not that there aren’t reams of those,
Seeing is believing Scientists have long known that light can behave as both a particle and a wave—Einstein first predicted it in 1909. But no experiment has been able to show light in both states simultaneously.
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