In a time when much of American Independent Cinema falls on a spectrum with self-satisfied irony on one end and unabashed sentimentality on the other, David Gordon Green defies type. Orienting from the mantra “If I ever make anything clever, you can shoot me,” Green rose to prominence with emotio
Consistently derided as quirky, Wes Anderson's career as a filmmaker has been enviable, lucky, charming and always evolving. What began with the simple, misshapen (but elegant) not-quite-caper film BOTTLE ROCKET, with its focus on friendships not crime, continues to grow and to dream big and to encom
Shannon Benine is an internationally exhibited interdisciplinary artist working within the mediums of photography, video and instillation. She received her MFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago and she currently teaches photography at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.