Shaun Scott is a Seattle-based writer, historian and filmmaker. He is the author of the e-book Something Better: Millennials and Late Capitalism at the Movies. He’s a columnist for City Arts Magazine, where he writes the thread “Faded Signs,” a bi-weekly column about popular culture in late capitalism.
This Seattle theatre is showing some of film's greatest masterworks in glorious, high-resolution 70mm. Here's why you should see 'Patton', 'Vertigo' and more in this larger-than-life format.
In August, I took a small cast and crew to the beach to film a scene I’d written about an exhausted travel writer, sent by his publishing agency to interview a climate change scientist on the Pacific coast. The scene was the conclusion to an epic...