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Wednesday, January 27th 2021

Through the Looking Glass: How Found Footage Films Might Be Best Left Unfound

Thea Cabrera In this new era of social networking, micro-budget filmmaking, and the proliferation of front-facing cameras, someone had to come along to combine these...

2015 Academy Awards Preview

Coleman Gray Arts & Entertainment Editor Joanne Rhee Kristie Chairil Best Picture American Sniper Birdman Boyhood The Imitation Game The Grand Budapest Hotel Selma The Theory of Everything Whiplash Who Should Win: Birdman. In this great crop...

Keep Up, Cable TV: The Rise of Netflix and Amazon Continues

Sirarpi Topchyan Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video have long since been considered the saviors of procrastinating college students and people a few seasons behind...

Granada Theater Commences New Digital Projection System with ‘Safety Last!’

Emma Boorman Staff Writer When "Safety Last!," directed by Fred Newmeyer and Sam Taylor, premiered in 1924, audiences paid $4 to see the silent romantic comedy....

New ‘Star Wars’ Trailer Shows Potential…Unless George Lucas Gets Involved

Kyle Roe Staff Writer When the second teaser trailer for the seventh installment of the legendary Star Wars franchise, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, premiered on April...

The Authentic ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Deserves All of its Nominations

Julius Koch As we await the annual Academy Awards, we also await the inevitability of another questionable winner gracing the stage. The question always becomes,...

The Return of Pied Piper: ‘Silicon Valley’ Looks to Innovate and Diversify in Season...

Ethan Mendoza The second season of HBO’s tech sitcom Silicon Valley began earlier this month, adding another gem to HBO’s brilliant Sunday lineup, which includes...

SBIFF Honors Outstanding Performers with Virtuosos Award

Katana Dumont Features Editor Tuesday, Feb. 4 was a night full of mishaps, absences, and heated debate at the 29th Santa Barbara International Film Festival Virtuosos...

Script to Screen: Pollock Theater Screens “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”

Wendy Matias Contributing Writer On Saturday, Jan. 11, Pollock Theater screened "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" (2019), a film directed by Marielle Heller and centered...

January’s Cinematic Vortex

Madison Donahue-Wolfe Staff Writer If box office sales indicate a movie’s merit, year after year those released in January would fail to impress. Indeed, January’s monthly...