Friday, November 16



Fourth-year history student Michael Niktaris produced a five-minute short film for this year's Campus MovieFest. The winners will be announced on Thursday.

Despite setbacks, Campus MovieFest contestant offers “˜Smile’

It's not unusual for artists to sweat for their craft. On Oct. 17, fourth-year history student Michael Niktaris was sweating for the Campus MovieFest. Donning corduroy pants and a flannel shirt on a hot day atop a parking garage on Broxton Avenue, Niktaris was filming a dance scene for his five-minute short film, having only come up with the story idea three days prior. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year history student Michael Niktaris produced a five-minute short film for this year's Campus MovieFest. The winners will be announced on Thursday.

Fourth-year history student Michael Niktaris produced a five-minute short film for this year's Campus MovieFest. The winners will be announced on Thursday.

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Horror films feed off of universal fears

The scene is a familiar one: curled up in the fetal position, hands placed over eyes, hearts thumping while watching the victim fumble around the dark house, just a breath away from a gruesome death. The horror movie experience is lingering as well as cathartic, its effects lasting long into the night. Read more...

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Presented at UCLA by student group Maximizing Potential Abroad, the film "What About Me?" travels the world to create a multi-cultural composition.

Film mixes mediums, cultures

Imagine a piece of art that combines multiple mediums of creativity "“ film, dance, physical art and music "“ into one cohesive entity, forming an elegant metaphor for life. Read more...

Photo: Presented at UCLA by student group Maximizing Potential Abroad, the film "What About Me?" travels the world to create a multi-cultural composition.

Presented at UCLA by student group Maximizing Potential Abroad, the film "What About Me?" travels the world to create a multi-cultural composition.

The recent film "Living with Big Cats" will be screening tonight followed by a question and answer session with Emmy award-winning filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert.

A rare bond between human and leopard

Dereck and Beverly Joubert were exhausted, frustrated and caked in riverbed mud from the Okavango Delta in Botswana. Read more...

Photo: The recent film "Living with Big Cats" will be screening tonight followed by a question and answer session with Emmy award-winning filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert.

The recent film "Living with Big Cats" will be screening tonight followed by a question and answer session with Emmy award-winning filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert.


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