By Charlotte Cassity It’s Film Review Friday! Listen to Charlotte’s podcast for her review of A Man Called Otto (2022).
Film Review Friday: “Hush”
By Charlotte Cassity It’s Film Review Friday! Listen to Charlotte’s podcast for her review of Hush (2016).
Film Review Friday: “Run”
By Charlotte Cassity It’s Film Review Friday! Listen to Charlotte’s podcast for her review of Run (2020).
Film Review Friday: “The Age of Adaline”
By Charlotte Cassity It’s Film Review Friday! Listen to Charlotte’s podcast for her review of The Age of Adaline (2015).
Stop and Go Film Review + Interview
By Lizzie Pearson Picture two sisters who are living together at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. They’ve been in isolation for a couple of months, and they’ve just received the news […]
The Sandman: Daunting Yet Dreamy
By Ali Gue When you first enter the domain of the Dreaming in Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman on Netflix, you’re thrust into a fantastical landscape that quickly fades into a very real […]
Don’t Worry Darling: A Familiar Nightmare
By Ali Gue For horror fanatics, the thought of Midsommar’s Florence Pugh gracing the screen in a thrilling film once more was exciting. Then, there were fans of Harry Styles who were […]
New Club Provides A Bright Light To Future Filmmakers
by Corran Hale On Sept. 23, 2021, a new light shined at Shenandoah University for those interested in media and film, and its name was Valley Star. Valley Star media is a […]
The Gift of SANTA GIRL
By: Joe Fisher
Hollywood Comes to the Valley
By Rachel Levy Our small city of Winchester is known for the Apple Blossom Festival, Civil War battles, and Shenandoah University. But Blayne Weaver, an accomplished actor, writer and director, wants to […]
Slideshow: Women’s history month film series kicks off with ‘Hidden Figures’
This was the first screening of a three-part series celebrating women’s history month.
Alamo Drafthouse hosting final Black History Month film screening
Wednesday at 7:00 p.m., the Alamo Drafthouse Theatre in Winchester will be screening the last film for the month, “I Am Not Your Negro.”
Production begins for student-written film
A class of over 50 students are turning a student-written screenplay into a short film this semester.
Upcoming Event: “Filmic Life: A Journey to Indigenize Digital Storytelling”
The Film Studies and Mass Communication Programs, with help from the Gender and Women’s Studies Program, are sponsoring an event for those interested in film and digital storytelling.
Review: The Jungle Book, 2016
For those that grew up with this film or the collection of readings, you might want to pass: the new film simply does not make the cut against these classic works.
Top 7 Movies to See This Summer
Be sure to check out these films when they hit theaters this summer!