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Delightful docs ditch the effects

by Sarah Tanori , Staff Writer // October 23, 2014

Films are ethereal. They take you to new, mystical places never thought possible. The same happens when you watch documentaries as they take a lens on...

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Aztec alumni hit Hollywood

by Nick Knott, Entertainment Editor // October 23, 2014

When people think of famous Aztecs, many picture some of our spectacular sports athletes such as Kawhi Leonard and Tony Gwynn. However, many celebrities...

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Neil Kendricks is an Aztec alumnus and lecturer.

Local film agency revived

by Mike Heral, Senior Staff Writer // October 23, 2014

San Diego State lecturer Neil Kendricks graduated from SDSU with a Master of Arts in Television, Film and New Media. He directed many short films during...

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Courtesy of San Diego Italian Film Festival

Foreign Films sail into San Diego

by Lilly Glenister, Contributor // October 23, 2014

Not many people can jet off to a foreign country at the drop of a dime, especially college students preoccupied with midterms. And let’s face it: traveling...

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Mark Escobar of The Church

Art and film worship at The Church

by Josselyn Molina, Staff Writer // October 23, 2014

Sitting south of the largest film industry in the world, San Diego has upheld its artistic versatility through the people who found the healing powers...

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Soundtracks score big in 2014

by Sarah Tanori, Staff Writer // October 23, 2014

When watching movies, soundtracks are often overlooked or even ignored. There’s a story going on, so who cares about the background? What most don’t...

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Spooky flicks available on Netflix

by Hayley Spence , Staff Writer // October 23, 2014

It’s the month of October. Most of us are thinking about getting a solid grade on our midterms, but looming around the corner is that wonderful event...

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College area cinema serves youth

by Ryo Miyauchi, Asst. Entertainment Editor // October 23, 2014

Local cinema pumps inspiration into the community In the middle of a hip bar and coffee shop on El Cajon Boulevard sits Digital Gym Cinema. Geared with...

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AMC and ArcLight theaters guarantee fun

by Alek Sanchez // October 24, 2013

Watching a movie in theaters has been a hobby of mine for years. Kicking back at home and popping in a DVD doesn’t exactly create the same atmosphere...

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Roger Ebert's legacy remains strong

Roger Ebert’s legacy remains strong

by David Dixon // October 24, 2013

It’s been more than half a year since Pulitzer Prize winning critic Roger Ebert died of thyroid cancer at the age of 70. His death was a shock—he seemed...

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The iconic anchorman is finally back

The iconic anchorman is finally back

by Jamie Ballard // October 24, 2013

Ron Burgundy is back and hopefully better than ever in “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.” Ron (Will Ferrell) and crew are ready to take on a 24-hour...

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Small musical just might be a hidden gem

Small musical just might be a hidden gem

by David Dixon // October 24, 2013

“Little by Little” is a musical coming to San Diego State that is not technically part of the School of Theatre, Television & Film’s fall season....

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