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Last week, director Ridley Scott’s version of “Robin Hood” opened worldwide, however the Robin Hood we know from our childhood is not the one portrayed in Scott’s version.
Assistant Professor of Theater Arts Sean Dillon won the New Belgium Indie Feature Film Award, which honors independent feature films.
The long awaited remake of Wes Craven’s horror film “Nightmare on Elm Street” was released to theatres around the country last Friday April 30.
This year’s Honolulu International Film Festival has accepted a film made by University of La Verne alumna La Verne resident Jennifer Hoge and two University broadcast faculty members.
Wes Anderson’s “Fantastic Mr. Fox” has kept true to its title and is in fact quite the fantastic movie this fall, offering a stop-motion film of Roald Dahl’s tale of mischievous foxes, badgers and various other animals.
With “A Serious Man” the Coen brothers deliver a picture that is both funny and sad about a man who knows himself, his morals, and his intellect, and yet suffers setback after setback.
A whimsical children’s story is brought to life as Spike Jonze dives into the imagination of a child with “Where the Wild Things Are.”
Sean Dillon, assistant professor of theater arts, and his partner Curtis Krick are celebrating the recent success of their film, “Something Blue.”
Michael Moore, the directive voice for all things political, makes his case for ridding our capitalistic society and returning our nation to its democratic roots in his new documentary, “Capitalism: A Love Story.”
Matt Damon goes from irresistible hunk to pudgy office man to play a far from glamorous corporate whistle-blower in one of the most well written comedies of 2009, “The Informant!”