The best way to learn about the culture and rules of any country is to get to know its inhibitions. That's why we came up with a partial list of films banned from being shown in various countries around the world.
It is interesting to compare the significance of the theatre in ancient times and today. Art can sometimes tell us a lot about different eras in history, often much more than actual historical evidence. It testifies about the values of society throughout time.
A lot of people complain that if they would have a fancy camera, they would shot the best photos ever. But this isn't an excuse, nowadays a lot of us owns at least one smartphone. Considering this, all what you actually need to make best capture ever is patience and desire. In this article we have collected 20 best photos taken with cell phones that were part of the "Sony World Photography Award" in the category of Mobile Phone. Check them, and who knows maybe you will be inspired to give a try.
What is the future of cinema? Are the budget race and the competition of creation of even more crazy and colorful special effects going to continue? Or maybe on the contrary, modern technology and the Internet will allow low-budget and auteur films to enter the big arena of cinema art? Youth Time spoke with Emiliano Dante, Italian director, screenwriter and teacher of art history at the University of L'Aquila, about the latest trends in the world of cinema.
Libraries are extremely valuable but many times underrated places – not too often do people think of a library when thinking about where to go to sit down, relax and read a book. For many, libraries have become synonyms for boring afternoons with one’s head buried in books, hopelessly trying to memorize an exam material. Something needed to be done to show the world just why libraries should be appreciated.
Last night the 87th Academy Awards The Oscars 2015 took place at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. Youth Time collected movie descriptions and links to trailers for all winning films in one short article.
It is known as “Cannes of the desert”. Javier Bardem, the famous Spanish actor, described it as “nothing short of a miracle.” One can find it in the Devil’s Garden. The lucky winner will leave with the prize of…a white camel! Every summer for the last 12 years in the heart of the burning dessert of Algeria a beautiful meeting is taking place. Either you are an enthusiast of movies or not, this film festival will definitely amaze you.
Creativity and passion of Neven Ljubicic for films made him decide to try something unusual and record a movie with his friend Radica Števanov while they are walking 200km through Serbia, from Belgrade to Mokra Gora. He didn’t have enough money to pay this trip but he found out for site Kickstarter, site.
When last time you screamed after someone: “Run Forest run!”? Or ended up in a complicated situation and found yourself whispering: “Houston, we have a problem”?