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Old-fashioned vibe at Reading Cinemas

by Ryo Miyauchi // October 24, 2013

San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter is known for its thriving nightlife culture. But instead of heading down there for the bars and clubs, why not stop by for...

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Musical comedy celebrates empowerment

Musical comedy celebrates empowerment

by David Dixon // October 24, 2013

In the last couple of years, the School of Theatre, Television & Film at San Diego State has produced musical revues that have paid tribute to some...

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Musical theatre actress has a bright future

Musical theatre actress has a bright future

by Brittney Pickei // October 24, 2013

“A … My Name is Alice,” a highly anticipated musical, is now playing at San Diego State until Oct. 27. One of the stars Ashlee Espinosa is an exceedingly...

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A 'classy' affair at annual festival

A ‘classy’ affair at annual festival

by Courtney Brown // October 24, 2013

The 12th annual San Diego Film Festival, which took place during Oct. 2- 6 was a major success for the San Diego Film Foundation, aspiring filmmakers and...

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Outdoor cinema offers cozy evening

Outdoor cinema offers cozy evening

by Ryo Miyauchi // October 24, 2013

Usually, the closest moviegoers can get to a great outdoor silver screen experience is taking a convertible to a drive-in. Luckily, Cinema Under the Stars...

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Ebert offers cinematic insight

by Staff // November 1, 2012

Up until last November I planned on majoring in journalism at San Diego State. However, a chance encounter my uncle had with Pulitzer Prize winner Roger...

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What does the future look like for 3-D?

by Kevin Smead // November 1, 2012

On a cold January night in 2009, every single one of my friends drove to Los Angeles to see Cold War Kids. It was a Saturday night and, with all our friends...

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Cinemas of the future?

by Elisse Miller // November 1, 2012

While movie ticket prices continue to rise, people feel they deserve an outing that’s not reduced to stiff seats, peeling wallpaper and stale popcorn....

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Wu-Tang’s RZA talks about latest project

by Brooke Schlyer // November 1, 2012

RZA is widely known for being the front man of acclaimed rap group Wu-Tang Clan, but soon he will be equally known for his contributions as a filmmaker....

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Looking ahead at Oscars

by Tori Haynes // November 1, 2012

The Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars, is a night of glamour and prestige honoring the most excellent of cinematic achievements from the previous...

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Do the oscars still matter?

by Andrew Younger // November 1, 2012

Once a decade, the British Film Institute gathers the world’s foremost critics and directors for its prestigious Sight and Sound poll of the greatest...

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‘Artist’ begins revitalizing silent film

by David Dixon // November 2, 2011

A silent motion picture released this year might not sound like a sleeper hit, but “The Artist” might be able to pull off the impossible. Filmed...

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