Long Beach State graduate Harrison Stetzer’s thesis film “Silent Service” depicts everyday life for sailors as they deal with solitude, deprivation and comradery. The film was inspired by the life of Stetzer’s grandfather, who the film is tributed to, and his life as a sailor. “When I finished the film,[Read More…]
In this film review, reporter Christian Lopez discusses the highly-anticipated Zack Snyder cut of “Justice League,” which gathers some of the biggest heroes in the DC Universe and yet proved to disappoint many fans upon release in 2017.
Crème de la Quarantine: Alone Together virtual exhibition showcases artwork by graduating CSULB illustration majors
Students from the Department of Illustration and Animation wrap up their last semester at Long Beach State with a virtual exhibition that features 23 students and their artwork.
Ryan Chu, an alumni from Long Beach State who majored in animation, directed the film “Deep Fears” as a tribute to his mother, which has since gone on to collect over 50 accolades from film competitions and festivals.
Ryan Chu, an alumnus from Long Beach State who majored in animation, directed the film “Deep Fears” as a tribute to his mother, which has since gone on to collect over 50 accolades from film competitions and festivals.
The virtual conference Women Make Film, a panel of four filmmakers, prompts a look at how faculty and students in CSULB’s Department of Film and Electronic Arts are in pursuit of representing women in the industry.
Armando Ibañez joined the Dream Success Center and the Office of Multicultural Affairs to discuss his award-winning series “Undocumented Tales” and how he is changing the narrative of the undocumented community in media.
CSULB graduate Jess Kung’s discusses the value of storytelling through different mediums and their documentary short “Faith Alone,” featured in KCET’s Fine Cut Festival meant for emerging filmmakers.
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.