Writer

Connor P. McKnight

Latest Content

Op-Eds

Oscars 2013: The Power of the Low Budget Film

By acknowledging the accomplishments of low-budget filmmakers, the Academy broadcasts the value of smaller productions in Hollywood.

Op-Eds

Lost Sense of Authorship

Considering the rich cinematic history of the Oscars and the sheer talent of the coveted filmmakers that have walked the red carpet, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences must understand that a Best Picture nominee should correspond to a similar recognition of the director.

Film

'Holy Motors' a Befuddling Work of Beauty

"Holy Motors" spotlights the beauty of cinematography, even though this honed focus can only be achieved because of the relative absence of plot.

Op-Eds

Raiders of the Lost Art

Now finding the next blockbuster entails making a stop at the comic book store and picking up the latest edition of a Marvel Comic or reproducing a movie made 30 years ago. No longer are the creative worlds of screenwriters coming alive in elaborate productions.

Beauty After Ruin
Highlight

Beauty After Ruin

Harvard Ed Portal Opening
Highlight

Year In Review 2015

Fischer Touchdown
Highlight

Year in Sports 2015

Senior survey header
Front Feature

Class of 2015, By the Numbers