Octavia Spencer at a screening of Hidden Figures at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture
Photograph by Joel Kowsky/NASA
The actress will attend the Hasty Pudding's festivities on January 26.
Ryan Reynolds appears at the 82nd Academy Awards.
Photograph from Wikimedia
The producer and actor will attend the Hasty Pudding’s festivities on February 3.
The screening of Kent Garrett’s Black GI
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Hidden gem: the Harvard Film Archive
In Jackie, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (played by Natalie Portman ’03) navigates the wake of her husband's assassination.
Photograph by Stephanie Branchu. © 2016 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation All Rights Reserved
The screenplay, by Today Show producer Noah Oppenheim ’00, traces how the Camelot myth was made.
Frames from Presenting Jane (1953). On top, poets John Ashbery (left) and Frank O'Hara flank James Schuyler, who wrote the script for the short film (top); below, painter Jane Freilicher walks on water.
Courtesy of the Harvard Film Archive and the Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard University. HFA Item no: 37864.
A rediscovered short film, with new commentary by Jane Freilicher and John Ashbery ’49, Litt.D. ’01, gives a glimpse of the New York School's early days.
Working on his 2012 short film, Reckart hangs a puppet upside down from the set’s ceiling. “Head over Heels” took a 40-member crew some 15 months to make.
Photograph courtesy of Timothy Reckart
The director of Head Over Heels and The Star, on animation's different dimensions
Composer Nicholas Britell has written scores for films including Moonlight, A Tale of Love and Darkness, and The Seventh Fire. He is also a pianist and producer (most recently of Whiplash, by Damien Chazelle ’07).
Courtesy of Nicholas Britell
A film composer's career, from annotating Sneakers to doing “archaeology” for 12 Years a Slave
A scene from The Seventh Fire, executive produced by Terrence Malick ’65 and directed by Jack Pettibone Riccobono ’03, premiering July 22 in New York City at the Metrograph
Photograph courtesy of Film Movement
The Seventh Fire, executive produced by Terrence Malick ’65 and Natalie Portman ’03, sheds light on gang life among Native Americans.