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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Best International Feature Film nominee, ‘The Taste of Things,’ released on Feb. 9.

Reel Thoughts: ‘The Taste of Things’ is a savory tale of skillful creation

February 16, 2024

This review contains spoilers.  Do not go see “The Taste of Things” on an empty stomach.  After a limited release on Feb. 9, French director Tran Anh Hung’s “The Taste of Things” hit...

Silhouettes and people gathered in a back yard.

Reel Thoughts: Jonathan Glazer’s ‘The Zone of Interest’ is imposing, horrifyingly inescapable

February 5, 2024

Content Warning: This story contains mentions of death and genocide.  This review contains spoilers. For this year's Academy Awards, "The Zone of Interest" has received nominations in five categories:...

Writing partners and married couple Jordan Horowitz and Julia Hart discussed their experiences in the entertainment industry for a Studio 22 Productions event.

Jordan Horowitz, Julia Hart talk work-life partnership, how to define success in entertainment

November 19, 2023

How does one make it big in La La Land? Married duo Jordan Horowitz (Communication ‘02) and Julia Hart know a thing or two about making waves in Los Angeles, having spent the past decade writing, directing...

An illustration of Black Panther in front of a beige background

Reel Thoughts: ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ is an emotionally resonant triumph for the Marvel Cinematic Universe

November 15, 2022

There is no comic-book movie like “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” and there never will be. The film tells a unique story of loss and legacy, while also paying tribute to the late and great Chadwick...

A poster of four people sitting on a truck bed, reading “CODA” at the top. The poster is surrounded by yellow circle lights and three golden Oscar awards. The background is a red grid.

Reel Thoughts: Oscars Best Picture “CODA” combines coming-of-age, inclusivity

March 30, 2022

This article contains spoilers. Navigating high school, familial relationships and plans for the future — this year’s Academy Awards Best Picture winner seems like a standard coming-of-age tale....

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