The work of Helsinki-based illustrator and photographer Vesa Lehtimäki brings the world of Star Wars to life right here in Helsinki.
Blade Runner 2049 notably showcased a bit of Finnish. Learn how Finnish - and Finland - have been referenced in American cinema/television. Suomi mainittu!
Recently, the absurd hive mind that is the internet inspired another fun meme related to pop culture: Just adding the 'ing' suffix to movie posters. From Crichton theme parks gone wrong to horror classics, we think this meme will lighten up your week a bit... at least if you're into dark humor.
Find out how a Finnish highway police patrol got a close encounter with the only licensed Tim Burton-era Batmobile. Batman let them go without any violence.
These ambitious, weird and artful mind-bending movies aim for a special state where you're no longer sure if you're dreaming or tripping balls. Or both.
From the first American Western "The Great Train Robbery" to the creation of filmmaking apps like LUUP, filmmaking history spans more than a century.
Remember what Instagram did for smartphone photography? Now, thanks to filmmaking app LUUP, the same might just happen with mobile movies. Here's why.
Far out: A video version of Google's DeepDream image machine learning makes the acid flashback scene from "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" even trippier.
The 1980s wasn't all big hair. It had some big movie moments too. To see for yourself enjoy these rare behind-the-scenes movie photos from some of the decade's most iconic films.