Tagged: genre: religion/spirituality
The Black Keys releases a televangelical music video for Fever, the first single from their recent album Turn Blue.
The life search of a mother and a son in search of each other.
Kamal Haasan’s outstanding somewhat-political religious epic of a man’s journey through friendship, love, hatred, revenge and redemption set around India’s Partition and the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.
I took a look at my IMDb whack history to see how many actual new-to-me films I had caught this past 2013, and made up a list of thirty films I loved seeing for the first time.
YES! I did it. It’s been sitting on my To Do List for over two years, but I finally did it.
Long-time cinematographer Wally Pfister finally makes his directorial debut with Transcendence, whose first trailer has been unleashed online.
A second international trailer for Darren Aronofsky’s Noah has been released online.
The internet has provided us with two trailers of Noah. As we all expected, it will be an epic adventure/drama of (literally) biblical proportions!
We got together with all YAM Magazine writers and contributors to ask them how much their 2012 year in films had changed.
It’s been… maybe three months since I started out with Jenna’s Beginner’s Guide to Indian Cinema. What’s the journey been like?