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“Battle of the Sexes” Aces the Portrayal of Minority Sexualities

“Battle of the Sexes” Aces the Portrayal of Minority Sexualities

September 27, 2017

By Ryan Di Corpo There is something playfully subversive about a film which chronicles social progress having its release in the age of Trump. Battle of the Sexes, which provides a new look at the historic 1973 Bob...

Student Films in the Spotlight at Campus MovieFest

Student Films in the Spotlight at Campus MovieFest

May 3, 2017

By Ryan Di Corpo Last Wednesday, freshly-minted filmmakers and seasoned veterans of the annual Campus MovieFest, a national short-film competition for college students, arrived in style at Keating Hall to walk the makeshift re...

A Student’s Guide to Tribeca Film Festival

April 12, 2017

By Ryan Di Corpo Beware, reader: the following article contains constant name-dropping. Next week will mark the 16th time casual filmgoers and bonafide cineastes have gathered together to attend the ...

Beauty and the Beast

March 29, 2017

By Ryan Di Corpo In this cinematic era of remakes, sequels, pastiches and parodies, Disney’s new live-action version of Beauty and the Beast stands up relatively well against other attempts by major studios to produ...

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