Elijah Davidson is the Co-Director of Reel Spirituality and Editor for The Brehm Center.
Elijah Davidson and Matt Lumpkin
Elijah Davidson and Matt Lumpkin discuss electronic film scores.
Fury acts as a narrative elucidation of Just War Theory...
Elijah Davidson, A.C. Neel, and Jonathan Stoner
Gone Girl and the films of David Fincher.
Gone Girl is as entertaining a film as I have seen this year. There is something deliciously enthralling about it’s pulpy narrative...
Elijah Davidson and Jonathan Stoner
Elijah Davidson and Jonathan Stoner discuss (some of) the films of William Friedkin.
Part IV of our ongoing discussion series with Think Christian.
Though its language is Polish, though its cinematography is staid and black and white, though it wears its admiration for European masters like Bresson and Kieslowski on its sleeve, and though it stars not a single actor you’ve ever heard of, I think Ida is a film you should seek out whatever your typical film watching preferences...
Elijah Davidson, Eugene Suen, and Jessi Knippel
Jessi Knippel, Eugene Suen, and Elijah Davidson discuss The Hundred Foot Journey, Something to Chew On, and Boyhood.
Frank, a dark comedy starring Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson, and Maggie Gyllenhall about a young keyboardist, Jon, traveling with a band headed by a man wearing a papier-mâché mask, the titular Frank, is very knowing on these issues of artistic temperaments and creative drives...
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As you watch Boyhood try to figure out what it means that this film was shot little by little over the course of many years. What do the way Boyhood was made and the kinds of things the filmmakers choose to focus on communicate to you?