Language is always evolving. You won’t find “cassette player” in the 14th edition of the Concise Oxford English Dictionary.
One year ago at this time, it wasn’t an anomaly to see camera crews lining the streets, businesses and homes of Zumbrota.
Back in the era of silent pictures, unique instruments were used for making sound effects to accompany the film’s music.
It’s very public record that I’m a music geek. Regular readers know that my passion for music borders on obsession. The same goes for baseball.
On Sunday, the world will turn its attention to Hollywood to see who will be the big winners of the Academy Awards.
I was probably eight or nine years old when my father and I made a short film entitled Zombie Rappers.
If last year’s crop of films was a collective lens on victories of the individual over great adversity, then this year’s films are reflections on t
Join us for the documentary film The Typist at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 5 at Treaty Site History Center.
Some might say that my TV obsession is kind of, well, disgusting.
Now a senior film production student at Minnesota State University in Moorhead, 2011 Northfield high school graduate Miah Detjen is seeking funding