Showing posts from April, 2024

Celebrate Earth Day All Week Long!

In this week's blog post, we're spotlighting Earth Day , which took place on April 22nd. But why limit the celebration to just one day? We invite you to join us in extending the celebration of the best planet in our solar system all week long!  Earth Day is an essential reminder of the critical importance of preserving our environment and promoting sustainability. It calls us to unite and take steps towards a healthier planet and a brighter future.  According to National Geographic Kids , the inaugural Earth Day marked a significant moment in history in 1970. Spearheaded by a senator from Wisconsin, a nationwide demonstration was organized to spotlight environmental concerns. This movement saw rallies unfold across the United States, prompting the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency by year's end. Fast-forward to 1990, and Earth Day had evolved into a global phenomenon, embraced by over 140 countries worldwide. With a diverse array of activities, resources

TheArchive Staff Pick's

In this week's blog, we've cooked up a special treat for you—our team's top picks! One of the most rewarding aspects of working at Multicom is collaborating with folks who geek out over movies and shows and share enthusiasm and dedication to the craft. This list features titles that entertain us, make us laugh and make us reflect. This list is an example of our staff's diverse tastes and love for film and the many ways it brings us together. You can find all of these films streaming on TheArchive ! John Tulp, Digital Operations  David Choe: High Risk , 2015- Artist David Choe has led a life of high risk, yet he has been dramatically rewarded for his exploits. Life didn’t change much when he traded a $60,000 fee in favor of stock in a start-up called The Facebook, but now he is estimated to be worth over $250 million, highlighting a career filled with street art installations, porn star affairs, and investigative reporting.  “I love this documentary because it’s ab

Alex Garland's 'Civil War' & the Intersection of History and Fiction

Calling all history buffs and film nerds! Alex Garland’s highly anticipated new film, Civil War , premieres this Friday. The English novelist, screenwriter, and director has built a remarkable career by mastering intricate and expansive concepts through imaginative and captivating narratives and striking visuals . Before becoming a director, Alex Garland was a novelist. His debut novel, The Beach , transported readers to an unspoiled seashore inhabited by like-minded travelers, weaving together drug culture references, hallucinatory sequences, and vivid depictions of excess and utopia. In Civil War , Garland immerses audiences in a dystopian future where a second Civil War ravages and fractures the United States of America. The tension, intrigue, and thought-provoking themes promise to captivate viewers in a heady dystopian world once again.  The film follows a team of journalists ( Kirsten Dunst , Cailee Spaeny , Wagner Moura ) who traverse the United States, capturing the chaos and