Tag Archives: Film

“Holes” is the greatest western film in cinematic history

In April of 2003, the greatest Western film of all time was released to the world. The movie “Holes” follows the story of a young boy, Stanley Yelnats, who is sent to a juvenile detention camp after allegedly stealing a pair of sneakers. Once there, Stanley discovers the true history of Camp Green Lake and

Sixth Annual Latin American and Spanish Film Festival

Director Arí Maniel Cruz holds a Q&A on his film “Before the Rooster Crows.” Photos by Emily Midyette. To showcase the best Latin American and Spanish films of the season, the Lawrence University Latin American and Spanish Film Festival (LULASFF) continued for its sixth year. Curated and organized by Associate Professor of Spanish Rosa Tapia

Sell Us Your Major: Film Studies

This column is devoted to sharing student and faculty input on the various majors offered at Lawrence. The goal is to highlight areas of study that are not well known and to provide undecided students an inside look at things they may want to study. While the Warch Campus Center seems to be a staple

Film Review: “Hotel Chevalier”

With Midterm Reading Period in the past and finals looming in the not-so-distant future, I can imagine that many Lawrentians—myself included—do not always have quite enough time to sit through a feature-length film. Wes Anderson’s “Hotel Chevalier,” coming in at about 13 minutes and readily available on YouTube, can remedy a movie craving without taking

Highlights from this years Latin American Film Festival

Lawrence University’s annual Latin American Film Festival was held last week, from the 9th-12th of April, with selections from all over Mexico, Central America, and South America. Here are some films that were highlights of the festival, provoking, if not universal praise, conversation and debate. After Lucia: The first and without question most controversial film

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