From the circular ground bass patterns of Baroque music, to the Guggenheim Museum’s sloping, spiraling floors, Classical 101′s Jennifer Hambrick explains how Henry Purcell transformed pain into pleasure – and into some of the most satisfying music ever composed.
This is a well-done and well-written trilogy and you will probably be pretty satisfied at the outcome
WOSU Public Media is looking for original music to be part of the soundtrack for our new TV documentary series, Columbus Neighborhoods
STRONGMAN is a cinema verité documentary about Stanless Steel, The Strongest Man in the World at Bending Steel and Metal.
When WOSU’s Darrin McDonald isn’t hanging out at our studios at WOSU@COSI, he has been found wandering the shores of Lake Erie. Filming surfers. Really.
Meet local filmmaker Craig Pentak, an OSU graduate and former editing intern at WOSU, who recently won a prestigious editing award in Italy for his independent film about the extreme sport of Parkour – the physical discipline of training to overcome any obstacle within one’s path by adapting one’s movements to the environment.
I found the book moving (and harrowing). The film well represents one family’s struggle. We are all different, so we all cope and struggle differently, but we do struggle.
In December, 2009, The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond, a film based on a never-before-produced screenplay by Tennessee Williams opened in theaters.
Let the arguments begin. Nick Chordas, who writes film reviews for The Columbus Dispatch, posted a link to Moviephone that included the 10 worst films of the decade.
“On one level, the angels are pure-hearted documentarians,” Michael Atkinson writes in a new Criterion essay about Wim Wenders’s Wings of Desire
I’m glad I’m not the only one who is tired of Michael Moore.