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Tuesday, June 2nd 2020

‘The Great Gatsby’ Refocuses Fitzgerald’s Classic Themes in Newest Film Adaptation

Audrey Ronningen Promotions Director Even before Baz Luhrmann’s take on "The Great Gatsby" opened on May 10, skeptics feared that, like its predecessors, the film would fail to...

I’m Dreaming of a Bad Christmas

Robert Wojtkiewicz Senior Layout Editor There aren’t many things less punk than Christmas. The cheer, the merriment, and the joy are an antithesis of the genre’s...

Jennifer Lawrence Brings the Fire to SBIFF

By Deanna Kim Staff writer Photo by Deanna Kim   In recognition of her recent and critically acclaimed performances in "The Hunger Games" and "Silver Linings Playbook," as...

Compagnie Marie Chouinard Takes Audiences on Voyage of Primal Physicality

Oxana Ermolova Staff Writer The Santa Barbara debut performance of Compagnie Marie Chouinard allowed audiences to glimpse a world of creatures communicating in a private language...

Sid Meier’s Civilization 5: The Best Sort of Disappointment

Civilization 5 not as addicting as Civ 4, but still just as good.

AACF Calls Students to Respond to Film

Call and Response shows slavery in different industries all over the world.

Hitchcock-themed Reel Loud Film Festival Set to Be a Bloody Good Time

Yuen Sin Staff Writer A smoldering romance between psychopaths. Self-reflexive murder intrigues unfolding within the cinema. Hilarious mediations on the banal failures of everyday life. These...

‘Cultures of Resistance’ Creatively Portrays Plethora of Worldly Problems

Cheyenne Johnson Staff Writer "Cultures of Resistance," a documentary film produced and directed by Iara Lee that was presented on Feb. 13 at University of California,...

Summer Cinema with Jordan Wolff: ‘The World’s End’ Almost Killed Me

Jordan Wolff Promotion and Distribution Director Five friends walk into a bar and find a bunch of robots waiting to convert them into a dull, yet...

The Business of Paul Brickman’s ‘Risky Business’

Steven Villamizer Photos by Lorenzo Basilio, Staff Photographer Paul Brickman's 1983 classic coming-of-age film "Risky Business," starring a 19-year-old baby-fat-donning Tom Cruise, was screened at Pollock...