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National Cinema Day: The value of movie theatres

By Diego B. Gonzales Blog Content Contributor This past Sunday was National Cinema Day, a day where participating theatres lower movie ticket prices to as low as $4.00 to make the movie theatre experience incredibly accessible. A noticeable price point for sure, as the cost of going to the movies is seemingly only getting higher. With streaming services making it easier than ever to watch movies at home, consumers may […]

todayAugust 29, 2023 32

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Noovie or (The Unexpected Virtue of Finding a Weird Hobby)

By Sam Burzinski Blog Content Contributor If you’ve ever been to a movie a little bit on the earlier side, you may have caught the last few minutes of whatever pre-show sequence the movie theater is contractually obligated to display before each picture. Usually it’s some assortment of trivia, pleas to join newsletters for things you don’t care about, or the same M&M's commercial that’ll be there until the end […]

todayMarch 29, 2023 103 1

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Everything Everywhere at the Oscars

By Savannah Lopez Blog Content Contributor Ahh, the Academy Awards, otherwise known as The Oscars, one of the most controversial yetentertaining of the award shows from the award show season. The Oscars were held on March12th and had Jimmy Kimmel as the host this year. Now nothing crazy happened this year like lastyear. If you don’t remember what I’m talking about, last year was the year that Will Smithfamously slapped […]

todayMarch 21, 2023 49 6 6


“Do the Right Thing” is a Perfect Film

A Sam Burzinski Joint Blog Content Contributor “Motherf**k a window. Radio Raheem is dead.” I think people tend to overlook just how much of a wild landscape New York was for a great deal of America’s history. It wasn’t until Rudy Giuliani (ew.) came into mayorhood in the ‘90s that Times Square went from a porn-theater-crime-ridden place to avoid in the city to the modern city center that it’s become […]

todayFebruary 28, 2023 55 2

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Roll Out the Red Carpet for These African American Actors

By Savannah Lopez Blog Content Contributor Since it is Black History Month, it is definitely time to recognize some of the most talented, up and coming African American actors of our generation. They are criminally underrated and long overdue for some recognition.   Caleb McLaughlin, who most people will know from his role as Lucas in the television show “Stranger Things." He has starred in "Stranger Things" since 2016, but […]

todayFebruary 21, 2023 84 6 2

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International Men’s Day: How Men’s Mental Health is Portrayed in Movies Matters

By Melanie Love Salazar Web Content Contributor Humans tend to be impacted by what is around them. The words they hear between their family members, the ads they see consistently, the books they read can all build a message in an individual’s mind of how the world works. This can all be a good thing when positive and helpful messages are being absorbed, but what happens when the message is […]

todayNovember 19, 2021 262

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5 Brilliant Female Film Directors

Diamond Marie PedrozaWeb Content Contributor On Feb. 28, 2021, Chinese director, Chloé Zhao, won a Golden Globe award for directing her film, “Nomadland.” She became the second woman, and first woman of color to win a Golden Globe award for directing. Zhao’s win opened up an important discussion of an issue surrounding race and representation in film directing that has been circling for the past few years. Though more women […]

todayMarch 8, 2021 641

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Why Netflix is Releasing Originals Every Week in 2021

By Paige GreeneWeb Content Assistant Manager Despite a derailing year for both the film and TV industry, Netflix announced at the start of 2021 that it will release an original movie every week. This adds up to a total of 70 new movies Netflix will be providing viewers during 2021. Netflix Film Club's 2021 announcement trailer. Since cord-cutting has become a popular option, many companies are launching independent streaming […]

todayJanuary 29, 2021 1451

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For Future Filmmakers: Episode 1

By Julie RochaSegment Producer Filmmaker and editor, Phillip Bartell, talks about his journey from being a journalism student in a small town to working on a variety of amazing film and TV productions around the country. With past projects including “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” and “Dear White People,” Phillips expertise allows us to get the inside scoop on what it's like to “make it” in LA.   Featured image by KTSW Multimedia.

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