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Women hold their own in film industry run by men

Out of the 89 Best Director Oscars given out to filmmakers over the last 86 years, how many do you think went to women? One. That’s right. Only one woman has won the title of Best Director from the Academy Awards, and her name is Kathryn Bigelow, who took home the award in 2010 for her film, The Hurt ...Full Article

Dracula Untold leaves more to be desired

Dracula Untold is all effects and action, but unfortunately, there is nothing else to look forward to in this film. The movie, which was released on Oct. 10, is ...Full Article

Master of Horror roams the halls of UNLV

October is a month synonymous with haunted houses and scary movies – among them, cult horror films such as Puppet Master, Crawlspace and a favorite of Stephen King, Tourist ...Full Article

Short film contest seeks talented participants

It’s almost that time of year again when actors, directors, writers, crew members and all other filmmakers in Las Vegas skip sleep and will their creative juices to flow ...Full Article

Gone Girl thrills audience, leaves them guessing

In June 2012, American author Gillian Flynn published an incredible thriller novel about a man in search of his disappearing wife. Titled Gone Girl, it was critically acclaimed and ...Full Article

Awareness and advocacy abound at Boyd Law School film festival

For the fourth consecutive year, the William S. Boyd School of Law hosted the Public Interest Law Film Festival on Thursday and Friday. This year’s two-day festival focused on ...Full Article

4 must-see films at the Las Vegas Film Festival

  It is the week of the seventh annual Las Vegas Film Festival (LVFF), a showcase of local and international filmmakers. With over four days of shorts, music videos, ...Full Article

4 reasons why every UNLV (film) student should attend Las Vegas Film Festival

  It is time for the seventh annual Las Vegas Film Festival (LVFF). A festival that showcases local and international filmmakers. The festival will showcase four days worth of ...Full Article

All genres seeing trend of cinema-quality shows

  Audiences have always loved anti-heroes. In 1999, HBO introduced Tony Soprano, the mobster who dominated televisions and hearts of critics until 2007. The Sopranos paved the way for ...Full Article

Spider-Man 2: Surpasses predessecor with more rom-com than action

  Making a movie solely for the sake of not losing the rights to a rival studio will usually yield a poor product. Such was the case with 2012’s ...Full Article
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