HBO’s documentary delves into the life and works of the iconic Spielberg, and gives audiences a more personal perspective on the director’s work.
‘Most Hated Woman in America’ explores in depth, a woman often reduced to a paragraph in the history books, but the film fails to garner up any meaningful analysis on the universal messiness of people.
Books come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. The ‘Judging a Book by Its Cover’ Exhibit chronicles the varied masses of print the world has to offer.
The best thing about collaborative dance shows at BC has always been the variance that such a collection of different dance types and groups cultivates. Friday’s Dance Showcase was no exception.
Coming up on its 30th anniversary, BC bOp! has stood as a pillar of the Boston College arts community since its inception.
Alongside Against the Current, JR Aquino performed an impressive array of covers and originals at the annual Asian Caucus event.
As special effects and virtual reality technology evolves over time, violence has become more prevalent and realistic in TV, movies, and video games. What does this say about how future generations will look at violence in the entertainment they take in?