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Student Organization Spotlight: Las Vegas Film Society

By Roudi Boroumand This semester, the Las Vegas Film Society officially became a registered student organization, spearheaded by UNLV film students Eddie Gomez and Boris Obregon. Among the Humanities and Fine Arts, film does not have a high demand in the job market. Gomez and Obregon’s main goal is to provide students with an outlet to experience the depth ...Full Article

Stonewall: Writing us out of our own history

So, who did throw the first shot glass at Stonewall in June 1969? It’s a common question inside and outside the LGBTQ communities, but what if I told you ...Full Article

Netflix Picks: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Ana Lily Aminpour’s debut feature, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014) is a fusion of retro-looking black and white and modern indie/arthouse cinema. Set in the fictional ...Full Article

The Visit

By Jacob Tiranno I was in the audience during Universal’s presentation at this year’s CinemaCon, when writer-director M. Night Shyamalan announced that The Visit was his way of “going ...Full Article

We Are Your Friends leaves less than friendly impression

We Are Your Friends is that coming-of-age story that we’ve all seen before. It isn’t the worst movie ever made, but it’s a far cry from being considered good. ...Full Article

Web Exclusive:Taking a shot at the Las VegasInternational Film Festival

UNLV filmmakers had a slot on SaturdayFull Article

English professor discusses “Oz” of the Outback

Cultures benefit from box office bomb despite movie criticsFull Article

Filming against the clock

Campus festival gives filmmakers 48 hours to make a shortFull Article

UNLV film after CineVegas

Film students, faculty look to fill void left by CineVegas departureFull Article

Law movie screening gets big 'response'

Organizations host movie, panel discussion on Guantanamo BayFull Article
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