Isle of Dogs Masterclass with Andy Gent
When I arrived 20 minutes early to the Stop Motion Animation Masterclass with Andy Gent at Pratt Institute, every seat was already occupied by an eager animation student or professional, […]
A Liar’s Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman
Written by Emmett Goodman and Written by Trisitian Goik [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbW842eMNtI&w=560&h=315] Well, in all honesty, I don’t like very long film titles. But if there was one that summed up […]
The Monkey King: Uproar in Heaven 3D
Article by Tristian Goik. The New York International Children’s Film Festival added several surprise screenings, and I opted to buy a ticket for “The Monkey King,” so I could enjoy […]
Article by Tristian Goik. I suppose I went to a Studio Ghibli film festival, rather than a Miyazaki one. I had just discovered that Tomomi Mochizuki directed an anime from […]
Les Contes de la Nuit!
Article by Tristian Goik. “Tales of the Night” is Michel Ocelot’s latest fairy tale adventure in blazing color and his first voyage into the stereoscopic dimension. A series of short […]
Welcome to the Space Show!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWYrwA19WTw Article by Tristian Goik. Sunday evening: Prince Street subway station. I am waiting patiently for my train. The ticket-collector gives me the all clear. Launching myself into the space […]
Film review by Tristian Goik. Summer Wars is the latest anime in a long line of animation from Japan that has its roots in the Fat Man and Little Boy. […]
The Secret of Kells
Review by Charles Kenny (ASIFA-East’s civil engineer-in-residence). In true Irish fashion, better late than never. When I first thought about reviewing the film, I had no idea it would be […]
Tatia Rosenthal’s “$9.99”
Review by Tim Rauch. Last week Tatia Rosenthal’s “$9.99” played as a part of the “New Directors/New Films” series at MOMA. The Sunday night screening I made it to was […]