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Spielberg v. Netflix

Spielberg v. Netflix

Michael Brzezinski, Staff Writer

March 11, 2019


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV, Lifestyle

It’s a rough time to be a theater-loving cinephile lately. The theater experience is a cultural commodity that seems to be fading year after year, especially with the massive surge in streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Studios making their own buzz-worthy original content – though ...

Sex, drugs, rock and roll: The unchecked abuse of the music industry

Sex, drugs, rock and roll: The unchecked abuse of the music industry

Adam Webb, Contributing Writer

September 24, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life, Showcase

After a year of national attention on sexual abuse in the film industry, major music artists continue to sustain successful careers even in the wake of allegations of their own. When the New York Times published their exposé of the crimes of Harvey Weinstein in late 2017, bringing the #MeToo movement...

Use your platform

Use your platform

Brenden Welper, Contributing Writer

January 16, 2018


Filed under Opinions

Silence is a lot of things.  But in the case of last Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards, silence was anything but golden. For the men of Hollywood, it was their first chance to denounce a dark secret that had finally been unearthed.  Harvey Weinstein, Russell Simmons, Louis C.K. and so many others had used the...

How do we respond to Hollywood sexual assault allegations

How do we respond to Hollywood sexual assault allegations

Emily Goldstein

November 13, 2017


Filed under Opinions

An intro to screenwriting class had finished viewing and analyzing “Inglorious Bastards”, and the credits began to roll. The professor, Steve Zacharias, pointed to the screen as “THE WEINSTEIN COMPANY” appeared, and there was a large, communal groan from the class. One of the best movies of the...

Women remain criminally underrepresented in Hollywood

Women remain criminally underrepresented in Hollywood

Kelsey Lawson

May 19, 2014


Filed under Opinions

Growing up, I was a tomboy. I hung out with my brothers, played contact sports in the street and watched movies about boys that were aimed at boys. The older I got, though, the more I tried to find movies and shows that showed me on screen. I could find my brothers easily in the spunky heroes and crime...

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