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Angela Kinsey of “The Office” visits NU, discusses female representation in media

Angela Kinsey of “The Office” visits NU, discusses female representation in media

January 25, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

By Samuel Kim and Kate Win, news staff Angela Kinsey, clad in a striped black and white sweater, skinny jeans and beige boots, strode onto the stage at Blackman Auditorium Tuesday night. As she eased into her chair, she realized it was too far from the table in front of her. “Short girl probs ...

MoviePass begins to evolve film industry

MoviePass begins to evolve film industry

January 18, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

By Audrey Wang, news correspondent  As he scrolls through movies on his phone, Josh Alter’s eyes light up and he talks about all of the blockbusters he has seen recently. They range from “It” to “Blade Runner” to the second “Kingsman.” “I actually saw Ladybird for the second t...

Editorial: Harvey Weinstein’s scandal reveals Hollywood’s hypocrisy

Editorial: Harvey Weinstein’s scandal reveals Hollywood’s hypocrisy

October 11, 2017


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

One by one, members of Hollywood, from directors to actors to producers, are standing up to voice their disgust with Harvey Weinstein after a New York Times report revealed that he had been settling lawsuits with women who had accused him of sexual assault for decades. The statements and tweets from st...

Op-ed: Oscar previews and predictions

Op-ed: Oscar previews and predictions

February 22, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Film had a slow but exciting start in 2016, buoyed by surprise hits Deadpool, The Nice Guys and The Jungle Book. But it was in the waning months of the year that many, if not all, of the current Oscar favorites had their mainstream releases in the United States. This op-ed may contain some spoilers...

Review: “Rock Dog” presents monotonous, albeit adorable journey of young musician

Review: “Rock Dog” presents monotonous, albeit adorable journey of young musician

February 22, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle

By Glenn Billman, news staff If “High School Musical,” “Mulan” and “Sing” were to have a baby, “Rock Dog” would be it. Animated animals? Check. Catchy musical numbers? You bet. A defiant son disregarding his father’s wishes to follow his true passion for song? Present. An epic fig...

Campus MovieFest competition comes to NU, allows student filmmakers chance to show their skills

March 13, 2013


Filed under Lifestyle

By Amy Eisen, News Correspondent  The glamour of Hollywood filmmaking is once again coming to Northeastern. Campus MovieFest (CMF), the world’s largest student film festival, is back on campus this week for the eighth year in a row. Launched 12 years ago by four Emory University students, the festival has grown to be a global eve...

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