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Thursday, July 16th 2020

“Guardians of the Galaxy” Kicks Ass Like Marvel Never Has Before

Coleman Gray Arts & Entertainment Editor After blasting off to an August-record $94 million dollar box office in its first weekend, I assume many of you...

Cinematic Time Capsule “Boyhood” Captures Real Life in a New Way

Kelsey Knorp IV Beat Reporter The day after I saw “Boyhood,” I found my thoughts intermittently returning to the film and the overall enjoyment that it...

Little Fault Found in ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

Julia Frazer Staff Writer Photos by Madison King, Staff Photographer Like most of the people who attended the University of California, Santa Barbara Carsey-Wolfe Center's early screening...

23rd Reel Loud Film Festival Develops with Adventure

Madison Donahue-Wolfe Staff Writer Photos by Benjamin Hurst, Staff Photographer Embarking on the theme of "Choose Your Own Adventure," the 23rd annual Reel Loud Film Festival took...

‘Brave Miss World’: The Legacy of the Crown

Shoshana Cohen Staff Writer Community members, students, and administrators gathered at University of California, Santa Barbara's Pollock Theater on Thursday, May 15, for a screening of...

Reel Loud Film Festival: It’s Gonna Be An Adventure!

Gilberto Flores Staff Writer The Reel Loud Film Festival will celebrate its 23rd year as University of California, Santa Barbara’s largest student film festival on Friday,...

‘Neighbors’: A 3-in-1 Comedy

Brett Debbold Staff Writer Photo by Diane Ng, Staff Photographer The upcoming comedy, "Neighbors," is really more like three movies mashed together into one. Directed by Nicholas...

Beauty and the Beast

Adam Rubin Photos by John Clow, Staff Photographer University of California, Santa Barbara's Arts & Lectures presented a showing of John Cocteau's 1946 film "La Belle...

Nuclear Japan Series Concludes with ‘Ashes to Honey’

Gilberto Flores Staff Writer “Nuclear Japan: Japanese Cinema Before and After Fukushima," the Carsey-Wolf Center’s three-part film series, concluded on Tuesday, April 29, with a screening...

Nuclear Japan Series: ‘Odayaka’

Gilberto Flores Staff Writer The Carsey-Wolf Center’s three-part film series, “Nuclear Japan: Japanese Cinema Before and After Fukushima,” continued into its second week with a screening...