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Union Station’s new exhibit showcases Chicago film and travel

Union Station’s new exhibit showcases Chicago film and travel

Pat Mullane

September 19, 2016

The usual walk through Chicago’s Union Station is one surrounded by glimpses of a fast paced traffic of suited men, or an exhausting party of families waiting for their train, or perhaps just a silent empty station. And now, also the sight of Hollywood’s biggest movie stars. Displaying in Unio...

Review: ‘Suffragette’ connects with modern issues

Review: ‘Suffragette’ connects with modern issues

Erin Yarnall

October 25, 2015

Throughout the past 96 years since women have gained the right to vote, many young female voters have stopped caring about the political power their vote holds, and voter turnout has continued to decrease. Read More »...

Steven Spielberg praises his heroic characters

Steven Spielberg praises his heroic characters

Matt Koske

October 18, 2015

On behalf of his newest film “Bridge of Spies,” director Steven Spielberg participated in a nation-wide college conference call, and the DePaulia was able to speak to the three-time Academy Award winning director during a 45-minute Q&A phone call. Read More »...

‘The Walk’ pre-screening provides interactive experience

‘The Walk’ pre-screening provides interactive experience

Matt Koske

October 4, 2015

What makes something impossible? Many believed that walking on the moon was impossible. The same goes for the incredible feat of walking across the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. Read More »...

Five films you might have missed

Five films you might have missed

Reed Lubin

September 27, 2015

2015 has been the year of the blockbuster movie.  Read More »

DePaul student film ‘Lucy’ wins BAFTA

DePaul student film ‘Lucy’ wins BAFTA

Diana Gutierrez

September 20, 2015

Lucy from CDM DePaul video collection on Vimeo.Zoe Lubeck, a DePaul University graduate student, won the Special Jury Prize at the Student British Academy of Filming and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards this June.  Read More »...

Top films to see in fall 2015

Top films to see in fall 2015

Pat Mullane and Matt Koske

September 13, 2015

"He Named Me Malala" - Oct. 2 No film would be better to start the school year than a documentary about 15-year-old Malala Yousafzai, youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize Laureate known for her activism for girls’ education in the Middle East.  Director Davis Guggenheim, most notably known for his wo...

Interview: ‘No Escape’ director and writer John Dowdle and Drew Dowdle

Interview: ‘No Escape’ director and writer John Dowdle and Drew Dowdle

Matt Koske

August 27, 2015

An intense international thriller, "No Escape" centers on an American businessman (Owen Wilson) as he and his family settle into their new home in Southeast Asia. Read More »...

DePaul film ‘Bernadette’ gains a quick following

DePaul film ‘Bernadette’ gains a quick following

Zoe Krey

July 17, 2015

  Some DePaul students began their summers with 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. internships or packed their bags for study abroad trips. For a handful of other DePaul students and faculty it was lights, camera, action. DePaul faculty members John Psathas and Patrick Wimp have spent the past month creating an independent feature film using a Proje...

Review: ‘The Overnight’

Review: ‘The Overnight’

Erin Yarnall

June 29, 2015

“You get to a point where you get married, have kids and you stop changing,” Adam Scott, the executive producer and star of “The Overnight,” said at a screening of the film at Landmark Century Cinema on June 26. Read More »...

Review: ‘End of the Tour’ a philosophical look at David Foster Wallace

Mike Horky

April 18, 2015

When David Foster Wallace died in 2008, the world lost a literary genius. His novel, "Infinite Jest," had become the staple of college literature classes across the country, and his philosophical and almost poetic outlook on life spoke to countless millenials. James Ponsoldt’s latest film "The End of the Tour" follows a week in t...

Reflections on race, family in ‘Black or White’

Reflections on race, family in ‘Black or White’

Isabel Corona

January 25, 2015

Filled with excited guests, the theater’s audience cheered and applauded the premiere of Mike Binder’s family drama, “Black or White” at the Icon Theater in Chicago on Jan. 8. Binder was joined by stars Kevin Costner and Anthony Mackie. Read More »...

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