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Film professor and student win Sundance Award

Caleb Beck

February 5, 2017

Filed under Film, Life & Times

Loyola film professor and director Garrett Bradley featured her film “Alone” at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah this past Friday. Shortly after, the film took the Short Film Jury Award for Best ...

Prytania Theatre presents tribute to Gene Wilder

Caleb Beck

September 2, 2016

Filed under Film, Life & Times

Uptown’s Prytania Theatre will be showing Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) from Sept. 2-Sept. 5 as a tribute to the late Gene Wilder, who played the role of Willy Wonka. Wilder died at the age of 83 Monday, Au...

Lenten Series continues with “The Francis Effect”

Nicholas Ducote

April 5, 2016

Filed under Film, Religion

A documentary film called “The Francis Effect” was shown to a small group of locals right before Easter break. The film featured Pope Francis’ rise to fame in the Church and in the world outside of his denomination. ...

Pixar artist visits Loyola

Pixar artist visits Loyola

November 13, 2015

SPECTRE: a movie review done by students for students

Charles Elkins

November 5, 2015

Filed under Film, Life & Times

Spectre, the second collaboration between director Sam Mendes and Daniel Craig on the ever-suave Broccoli-powered super-spy James Bond, cuts to the chase. Indeed, a chase is all it is - in a movie where no less than eight cities...

Legendary movie director’s career is far from over

Roland Corwin

October 24, 2015

Filed under Film, Life & Times

It is a hard task to pin down Steven Spielberg as a director.  For a man with such long career, there is very little retracing of steps in his content. Duel, Spielberg’s first movie, dealt with an ordinary man trying to save his life from a hom...

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