Of all the gadgets and gizmos that cross my desk, few get more questions than projectors. I get the allure—everyone wants to have a large-format cinematic experience at home, and everyone assumes it’s a super easy thing
Cruz plays Lola Cuevas, a hot (in every sense) auteurist director. She’s been hired by a rich man named Humberto Suárez (José Luis Gómez) who, in the film’s opening scene, announces his desire to leave some sort of legacy beyond
Lessin (an Oscar nominee for “Trouble the Water”) and Pildes (making her directing debut) are wise to realize they don’t need to heighten the drama, though. They train their cameras on these women and let them tell their stories in
Here are a couple of things you might know about the Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla: There’s a pricey electric car named after him. He invented the Tesla Coil – a transformer that produces high voltages at low currents.