Category Archives for "Features & Reviews"

Apr 03

Temporal paradoxes in Sci-Fi Films and Series

By Martha Sigargök-Martin | Allgemein , Features & Reviews , Films , Series

Time Travel: One of Science-Fictions Most Exciting TopicScience Fiction presents distant spaces, unknown galaxies, fantastic sceneries, but also scientific achievements that seem impossible. This is, without doubt, the case of time travel.A topic treated multiple times in science fiction. Time travel is a brainteaser, not just for authors of science fiction, but also and especially for […]

Mar 18

Good Protagonists, Bad Antagonists? A Case Study

By Martha Sigargök-Martin | Allgemein , Features & Reviews , Series

Before We Get StartedBefore we dive into that seemingly simple topic, let’s define what is meant behind the terms of “protagonist” and “antagonist”.If you’re interested in storytelling, you’ll probably know already a lot about protagonists and antagonists, but a common mistake that everybody makes is to confuse the importance of a role played by a […]

Mar 14

The Ongoing Popularity Of Supernatural Series

By Martha Sigargök-Martin | Features & Reviews , Series

Supernatural, Martha's Film Corner

It All Started With Buffy, The Vampire Slayer…Just kidding. It all started with The Twilight Zone… Uhm, sorry, Wrong genre, wrong century!Nope.It all started with, Mary Shelley (1797-1851), Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849), Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) and H. P. Lovecraft (1890-1937)…Ok, you’re right.It has always been here.Mythology and supernatural tells have been there since humans have populated […]

Mar 10

Tea Time Review

By Martha Sigargök-Martin | Features & Reviews , Shorts

An Animated Short by Thomas Bourret, Vincent Delmon, François Gris, Julian Mifsud and Rémi VincentThis short was made by students of the ESMA ​school for 3D animation art. The story reflects the zeitgeist on the discussion about A.I., robots, and nursing care.It’s about an old lady, who decides to get rid of her loyal companion after […]