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Four major things you missed at the 2016 CinemaCon 0

The largest and most significant gathering of movie theater owners from around the world took place here in Las Vegas this past week from April 11 to 14. CinemaCon, the official convention of The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO),

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Students take annual Sundance Film Festival in Utah 0

The Sundance Film Festival might conjure up connotations of bundled up hipsters sipping mocha lattes and uttering cultural buzz words like “auteur” and “milieu,” but it is so much more than the cliché.   The festival is held every year

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Involvement: RSO’s 0

UNLV’s Office of Student Engagement & Diversity (OSED) is the gateway to all organizations on campus. With so many organizations, ranging from sport clubs, fandoms, social-based and social action clubs, it’s almost guaranteed any student can find something to get

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Political movies you can binge watch

The faces of Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Bernie Sanders and many others have appeared regularly on our television screens for the past few months. This means one thing – the race to be the next President of the

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UNLV film program increasing in popularity

UNLV offers a diverse list of degree programs, but one in particular is becoming increasingly popular with millennial students: film. “There are so many ways to be involved in film,” said Stacy Shapin, Assistant Director of the College of Fine

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UNLV film alum speaks at Cinefemmes event

Filmmaker Jessica Chandler-Fay was a guest speaker at a Cinefemmes event on Thurs., Oct. 22. Cinefemmes is a UNLV registered student organization which supports women in filmmaking by providing a forum for support, networking and education. A UNLV film alum,

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Disney & Pixar animator visits UNLV

Last Tuesday, UNLV was visited by an incredible guest – Pixar artist Rob Thompson. Most recently, Thompson worked as one of three directing animators on the new film from Disney and Pixar, The Good Dinosaur. The movie asks the question,

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Rules for surviving a horror movie, Vol. 2

It’s been a year since I supplied some basic rules to survive a horror movie. However, this means it’s time for round two – better known as ‘The Sequel.’ This is when the strongest are put to the test. While

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Goosebumps brings back memories of a simpler time

Like many people my age, I can specifically remember staying up late and hanging on to every word of a R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps book. The Haunted Mask, Welcome to the Dead House, A Night in Terror Tower, One Day at

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48 Hour Short Film Contest returns to UNLV

The UNLV Film Department and the UNLV Short Film Archive will be hosting the 13th Annual UNLV 48 Hour Short Film Contest from Nov. 6-8. The UNLV 48-Hour Short Film Contest has a similar format to The 48 Hour Film

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