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In theory, YouTube is a wonderful platform where different people get to use creativity and video-making skills to make their voice heard in the world. However, lately, a handful of YouTubers have become household names and have since dominated the platform, leaving even slightly lesser-know…

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In order to create a safer work space at night, LMU’s School of Film and Television is in the process of rolling out extra security measures, such as locking doors earlier, having student workers stay later and installing a card reader at the front of the building.

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Following his debut Oscar-winning film “Get Out,” the expectations for Jordan Peele’s new movie “Us” could not have been higher. Unfortunately for Peele and audiences, however, “Us” fails to meet the bar set by its predecessor.

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Colton Van Til, sophomore film and television production major, and Sophia Hoefle, sophomore film and television production major, created the feature-length film, “Aberdeen,” the summer after their freshman year. "Aberdeen" tells the story of Mia, a sports journalist who uncovers a dark sec…

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On Thursday, Feb. 21, I attended a documentary screening held by Video Consortium at the Secret Rose Theatre in North Hollywood. I heard about the event through independent filmmakers, Elizabeth Beech and Carla Patullo, and went specifically to see their film, “Lotte That Silhouette Girl.”

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The Oscars always seems to be surrounded in controversy, but this year’s definitely took the cake. Whether it be the departure of Kevin Hart as the host of the program or the Academy’s decision to only air a select number of categories, it seemed like the Academy couldn’t do a single thing w…

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and for those who aren’t big fans of boxes of expensive chocolates or elaborate dinner dates, sometimes staying in and watching a romantic movie is the perfect way to celebrate.

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Fyre Festival was destined to be the greatest music festival of all time. The pristine private setting, with its music sets atop soft white sand beaches surrounded by crystal clear Bahamian waters, was perfect. The vision for a luxurious oasis of cabanas and high-class tents was perfect. The…

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February is not usually considered a good month for movies (second-worst only to January), but this February in particular has a few surprises in store. Here are three movies to look out for this month.

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Oscars season has begun and the 2019 nominations have just been released. In less than a month from now, on Feb. 24, the year’s top actors, actresses, directors and musicians will take the stage for one of the year’s most anticipated events. With the nominations officially out, movie lovers …

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 In the past few years, the women’s rights movement has been revitalized through movements like “#MeToo,” “Time’s Up” and the annual Women’s March, born out of the frustration women feel when faced with inequality. In the midst of this climate, LMU’s very own alumnae and female filmmakers Me…

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In the last month, Netflix has seen a surge of new content. New movies and television shows with ranging genres from dramatic comedy musicals to Australian travel game shows are now available for streaming. As Netflix takes over the television world, the content has only gotten better; relea…

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ROAR Studios won national awards from the College Media Association this past October. The on-campus team has spent countless hours all semester producing multiple short film projects. In the end, their hard work and dedication paid off.

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The Christmas season is here and one of the best parts is the nightly holiday movie spree. For many, Christmas movies have been a major part of the holiday season since childhood. They bring families together, make you laugh and bring joy to the craziest, best time of the year.

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Although Thanksgiving may be over, it isn’t too late to get in the Turkey Day spirit. With the Hallmark Channel already shoving Christmas movies down our throats, some people may long for a change of pace in the holiday movie department. Thankfully, Thanksgiving has the perfect solution to t…

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With Thanksgiving break rapidly approaching—and winter break right on its heels—you might find yourself with a lot more time on your hands. Here are some of the most binge-able shows on Netflix to help fight off any break boredom.

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After two years of speculation and anticipation, “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” finally hit theaters this week. The film is a wildly different chapter in the “Harry Potter” universe than its predecessor, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” but it is equally as exciting.

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LMU’s School of Film and Television will hold its annual Film Outside the Frame festival this Sunday, Nov. 11. In the past, Film Outside the Frame has been formatted as more of any old awards show, rather than a festival. This year, everything is different.

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This October was a wonderful month for film, and if there’s one month that can top it this year, it’s November. Though there are not nearly as many releases, the month holds in store some film treasures.

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