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.
In this episode of Beach Weekly Arts, Daily Forty-Niner editors Manuel Valladares, Aubrey Balster and Perry Continente dive into the 92nd Academy Award nominations and snubs in a recurring segment known as Reel Talk. Listen as they predict who will win in categories such as best picture, best director and best cinematography.
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.
The short series features student artists at CSULB and the work they create outside of school. Starting off with fourth-year film major and marketing minor, Everett Barton, who shares how he got into the world of cinema and talks about his journey creating films and music.
Film professor used prop for film shoot
Graduating illustration and animation students show their work in senior showcase.
Artists aim to inform peers about recycling and depression through their art at this week’s student art galleries.
This week’s student art galleries vary in style, but both convey very personal meanings.
The main result of the remaking and rebooting of old films is a sea of half-assed material that is marketed as an original movie. These half-hearted attempts are something that more often than not offends film-lovers like myself.