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Web series’ don’t have to be all cats and video games. “High Maintenance” tells sophisticated, realistic stories in fifteen minutes or less.
Martin Scorsese used every cinematic tool available to portray Jake LaMotta’s dominance in the ring and the tragedy of his personal life.
Charlie Chaplin’s best movie defined comedy as we know it, and “City Lights” does it all without a single line of dialogue.
What’s wrong with America? David Simon’s street-level narrative of cops and drug dealers reveals the cracks in the country’s social fabric.
Terence Krey and Daniel Fox’s web series “Graves” twists the teen horror genre into a clever quarter-life dramedy.
A web documentary that provides a voice to the voiceless, while also tapping into new media’s potential to explore serious topics from a personal, intimate level.
A series that took niche storytelling on the web from Kickstarter and NYU to development at Showtime.
Guns, drugs and chemistry? Meth and method acting made “Breaking Bad” the high point of televisions’s platinum age.
The greatest movie ever made? Even if you know that Rosebud is just a damn [spoiler redacted], every filmmaker should know “Citizen Kane.”