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Student screenwriter wins festival’s 10-10-10 competition

Padma Nolt , Arts and Entertainment Editor, Padma Nolt , Arts and Entertainment Editor, and Padma Nolt , Arts and Entertainment Editor

February 9, 2011

  A deaf violinist, a vengeful priest and a long-lost lover are three intriguing characters brought to life through the combined effort and talent of student screenwriters and filmmakers during the annual 10-10-10 competi...

Film Club chooses ‘Top 50 Movies of All Time’ favorites

Arianna Vinion

November 10, 2010

What do "The Godfather" and "Casablanca" have in common? They both made the top ten of City College's Film Review Club's first "Top 50 Films of All Time" list. The list, released Nov. 1 by the online-based club, paid homage to...

Play ‘Machinal’ expressionistic masterpiece

Cecily Trowbridge

November 3, 2010

  "Machinal," the latest City College film production, sends the spectator on an intense and thought-provoking journey to the ‘20s thanks in significant part to the adept actors and actresses incorporated. "Theater is...

Fundraiser offers extreme-sports documentary at the Arlington

Joel Linde, Features Editor

October 13, 2010

Pioneer surfer, filmmaker and physicist Clive Neeson will be attending a fundraiser at the Arlington Theatre on Oct. 20, where his award winning film "Last Paradise" will screen. It cost the Center for Sustainability several...

Review: ‘Machete’ a whirlwind tale of blood, babes and a renegade

By David Svensson, By David Svensson, and By David Svensson

September 14, 2010

Robert Rodriguez' latest movie "Machete" immediately kicks off with heads rolling on the floor, blood splashing on the walls and naked women wielding knives. The character Machete (Danny Trejo), an ex-federale, is hired to...

‘The Suicide’ debuts to full house

Cecily Trowbridge and Cecily Trowbridge

March 17, 2010

City College, known for its intriguing students and faculty, welcomes the equally fascinating satire "The Suicide" as of 8 p.m. March 11. Luke Metherell, who plays Alexander Petrovich in the dark-comedy, is a 21-year-old from...

Local environmentalist to screen killer whale documentary

Jen Baron

April 20, 2009

Harmful chemicals in marine ecosystems have subjected orca populations to flame-retardant chemicals as far as turning them into fireproof whales, an Ocean Futures Society member said. When Jean-Michel Cousteau and his team set out ...

Movie Review- Watchmen

Kyle Rokes

March 23, 2009

It's a 1985 that wasn't. Richard Nixon is still president after winning the Vietnam War. Costumed heroes are forced to hide from an ungrateful America. And the Doomsday clock we keep ticks five minutes closer to midnight and n...

Movie Review- He’s Just Not That Into You!

Jessica Niemeyer

February 18, 2009

Boys, watch out! The movie "He's Just Not That Into You" has women switching up their game on the playing field. Beware, because this new phenomenon could be sweeping over potential girlfriends and future wives right now! ...

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