By Amber Broyles
The paranormal has been an intricate part of my life for as long as I can remember. I guess I'm a little ashamed to admit it, but the study of paranormal phenomena and its sciences have always fascinated me. So, when 9-year-old me discovered Ghostbusters I couldn't have been more thrilled. A cast of seemingly-average people catching ghosts with science? Sign me up. Nothing excited me more than the idea that an average person like me could catch and study ghosts. You may need a PhD to create the technology, however, you don't need one to operate it. That's the real draw of Ghostbusters.
By Mary THornton
When a young man with a camera appears, a woman faces the dramatic changes of her East Village neighborhood. Director and writer Clayton Smith talks to us about the inspiration and experience of making his first short film.
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