The latest Sofia Coppola film is one of the best movies of 2023 thus far, delivering a heart-wrenching depiction of Priscilla Presley’s side of the story.
Tag: film and television
A lesbian comedy called “Bottoms” should be considered an absolute must-watch for LGBTQ+ teens this year.
CSULB film professors speak on the importance of the ongoing fight for better pay and benefits by unionized writers and actors.
Chair of the Film and Electronic Arts, Adam Moore, is looking to make waves at The Beach with a renovated UTC in production and a new curriculum for incoming students.
For the first time in 60 years, the Writers Guild of America and SAG-AFTRA are striking in solidarity for better wages and job stability, shattering the illusion of fame.
“Sisu” is a historical action film set at the end of World War II and shows one man’s journey to kill Nazis when they try to take everything from him.
New Filmmakers LA is “filling the void,” for new creators and filmmakers by providing themed film festivals and a supportive environment for arts and life.
Newly appointed Film and Electronic arts Department Chair Adam Moore shares details about experience at LBSU so far.
In this episode of Beach Weekly Arts, hosts Manuel Valladares and Perry Continente dive into the most memorable horror films of the 2010s in a recurring segment known as Reel Talk. Listen as they discuss films like “Get Out,” “Hereditary” and “It Follows” and the ever-changing genre of horror.