Movie Review: The East takes suspense films in a new direction

The need to lay blame at the door of an identifiable enemy is only human, yet acting on that desire is fraught with moral complications belying any subjectively drawn line between good and evil. Georgetown alum Zal Batmanglij’s… Read More

Alum filmmaker Zal Batmanglij’s The East to screen at Georgetown AMC this Thursday

As filmmaker Federico Fellini once said, “It’s better to destroy than to create something meaningless.” It’s an idea lost in much of filmmaking today, an era in which style has often trumped substance. Fortunately for Georgetown students, a… Read More