Dylan Marron’s project Every Single Word is a simple premise with a powerful message: He edits mainstream movies and leaves only the speaking parts of people of color. The results? Usually, 30 or 40 seconds of screen time. Big hits (Her, American Hustle) and indie films (like Frances Ha) alike illustrate the shameful lack of representation for people of color in the mainstream film industry.
(500) Days of Summer contains less than 30 seconds of content with a nonwhite speaker.
Moonrise Kingdom contains about 10 seconds.
Black Swan? 24 seconds. Read More
BY Samantha Albala
on Oct 30, 2014
Sometimes having enough time to pull together a costume can be frustrating, and since Halloween is fast approaching, here are some DIY ideas to help you pull something together last minute. Read More
BY Intern Christina
on Aug 16, 2012
Today was just like any other day: I snoozed my alarm, poked myself in the eye five times while putting in my contacts, and I went to a screening of a new film coming out in the fall. Well, it was just like any other day as a BUST magazine intern. But it's also my last day. I've been thinking about what I've learned here all day, and Googling where interning appeared in the media in the past few years. While I feel as though I've gained more experience than I ever could have sitting at home, simply trying to write by myself, the vast number of portrayals of interning are negative. Read More
I've seen costume ideas everywhere I turn from blogs and websites to magazines and movies. I've also seen and helped people put together some awesome looking costumes at the vintage store I work for as well. This year, I've decided to be a Pan Am stewardess. To be honest, I kind of already dress like a 60's stewardess or secretary most of the time so it's not too much of a stretch. I picked up a Pan Am bag recently and now I'm just trying to figure out a hat to pull it all together. I might end up making one out of construction paper or cardboard and felt. Read More