Irwin graduated from CSULB in 1983 and went on to shoot several films. The Daily Forty-Niner reached out to Irwin to discuss his work on “Joker” and lessons learned at the university.
Film & Television
Any articles related to film and television should fall in this category. This category will most likely be filled with reviews and/or commentary on films and/or television series.
In a galaxy far, far away, a lone bounty hunter traverses the star system far from the reach of the law. “The Mandalorian” is Disney’s latest attempt to extend the Star Wars franchise and mythos, debuting the show on its new streaming service Disney+ November 12.
The documentary, co-directed by Almaraz’s widow, Elsa Flores Almaraz, tells all about the artist’s personal demons and struggles.
The drama, wrote and directed by Ryan Bergez, class of 2007, had a two-day premiere at the Long Beach Arts Theatre Nov. 2 and 3.
Parents have the overwhelming responsibility of guiding their children through everyday life. The stress and anxiety that comes with raising a child is hectic enough, add some superpowers and you have a whole set of obstacles to tackle.
The performances of Ben Platt and Gwyneth Paltrow will have you binge all eight episodes of the suspenseful, dramatic and pop culture infused new Netflix series.
‘Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates’ gives viewers a look inside Bill Gates’ life and projects
Netflix’s new documentary shows how Bill Gates tackles some of the world’s biggest problems and the story behind the man that changed technology forever.
“It” has a lot going for it, the acting and direction are fantastic, but as the story unwinds the film begins to fall apart.
In his seventh hour-long-special, Chappelle pulls no punches and doubles down on all the things he’s loved and hated for.
‘Babadook’ director’s second effort shines despite flaws.