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You talkin’ to me? Acclaimed writer speaks at DePaul

You talkin’ to me? Acclaimed writer speaks at DePaul

Matt Koske

May 30, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Founded in 2008, the Visiting Artist Series aims to promote innovative industry professionals by inviting them to DePaul’s campus for students to attend for free. The School of Cinematic Arts hosts a wide spectrum of guests to visit DePaul to discuss with them on stage their educational s...

Five movies to see this summer

Pat Mullane

May 15, 2017


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From sequels to spinoffs, here are some of the best movies to check out this summer: Read More »

Josh Brener talks starring in HBO’s “Silicon Valley”

Jesus Montero

May 15, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Since its debut back in 2014, HBO’s “Silicon Valley” has aired for four seasons using the growing tech industry to share the story of a group of Silicon Valley engineers who are trying to build their own company in a hilariously, clever way. Read More »...

Ben Wheatley’s “Free Fire” drawn from video game inspiration

Ben Wheatley’s “Free Fire” drawn from video game inspiration

Matt Koske

April 23, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

The unexpectedly comical shoot-‘em-up ensemble from British director and writer Ben Wheatley (“Kill List” and “High Rise”) is “Free Fire,” an intricately staged action shootout taking place in a vacant Boston warehouse after a guns deal goes awry in the 1970’s. Read More »...

DePaul alum takes students behind the scenes of “Moonlight”

DePaul alum takes students  behind the scenes of “Moonlight”

Amber Colón Nuñez

April 23, 2017


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Theatre school alum and playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney made his way back to campus on Friday for a special screening of his Oscar-award winning film “Moonlight,” hosted by The Center for Identity, Inclusion and Social Change. McCraney sat before audience members immediately after the screening for a Q&...

Spring into the movies

Spring into the movies

Garret Neal

April 23, 2017


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From sequels  to spinoffs, here are some of the best films to tune into this spring. Read More »...

Five TV shows to see this spring

Five TV shows to see this spring

Daniel Schirmer

April 9, 2017


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From sequels  to spinoffs, here are some of the best shows to tune into. Read More »...

You’re here for who? John Mayer, The Cool Kids, Jeff Tweedy

You’re here for who? John Mayer, The Cool Kids, Jeff Tweedy

Pat Mullane

April 2, 2017


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We did the homework so you don't have to. Check back each week for the scoop on bands you can't miss at some of Chicago’s hottest music venues. Read More »...

Dax Shepard and Michael Peña talk “CHiPs”

Dax Shepard and Michael Peña talk “CHiPs”

Jesus Montero

April 2, 2017


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In this raunchier and stunt-filled adaptation of a beloved ’70s sitcom, is isn’t your parent’s “CHiPs”. Read More »...

“Vice” documentary episode premieres at DePaul

“Vice” documentary episode premieres at DePaul

Pat Mullane

March 5, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

A new HBO “Vice” documentary, “Trans Youth,” made its Chicago premiere at DePaul University this past Friday as part of the Visiting Artists Series hosted by the School of Cinematic Arts and the Master of Fine Arts in Documentary program.  Read More »...

Going for the gold: Academy Awards predictions

Going for the gold: Academy Awards predictions

Matt Koske, Jesus Montero, and Pat Mulane

February 20, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

With the Academy Awards quickly approaching, here are the movies we predict will take home awards, those we would love to finally see shine and others that could prove to surprise us. Read More »...

DePaul professor directs film in memory of son

DePaul professor directs film in memory of son

Matt Koske

February 19, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

A screenwriter is constantly thinking of a story. Stories are what connects people. For generations and generations, stories were passed down, and then those stories were passed down even further. We pass them on to our family, our kids, our grandkids, enabling them to learn and grow. People learn through...

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