Archives for August 2016

Foreign Film Festival

  This classic German horror film Nosferatu the Vampyre was released in 1979. It was originally titled Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht. It’s a fascinating take on haunting tale of Count Dracula. Directed by Werner Herzog, this famous film is a must see for any horror movie lover. This film is rated PG for mild violence and gore. Tweet

Global Conservation

  Madagascar is renowned for its beautiful wildlife and vegetation. Sadly, competitive farming threatens some of its incredible species. Many of the impoverished Malagasy farmers live in poor conditions. They see the forest as their only resource. Therefore, to ensure the safety of Madagascar’s precious and unique species, scientists are collecting samples for seed banks. Continue Reading …

Wanderlust

Leonardo da Vinci was born in Anchiano, Tuscany, in Italy. He was born on April 15, 1452. Not only was Leonardo da Vinci an incredible artist, but he was also an extremely talented inventor, in fact there is a museum of science dedicated to his inventions in Rome. Among his most famous paintings are Mona Continue Reading …

Foreign Film Festival

This incredible film, written and directed by Pedro Almodóvar, was Spain’s submission for Best Foreign Language Film in 2000, and won the Academy Award. Todo Sobre Mi Madre or All About My Mother is an emotional film about a woman named Manuela, and her journey to find her child’s birth father. This story of self discovery is a must Continue Reading …