Please join us on Thursday, April 4 at 7:00 p.m. in Folino Theater for a free screening of director Sam Peckinpah’s Major Dundee, (1965) restored by Sony-Columbia.
Category Archives: Film Studies
[Update: The spot has been filled. Thanks for your interest, and check in again next year as the course will be offered again!] Looking to fill your summer plans with international travel, film appreciation, and the indelible romance of Italy? There is still one spot available for the film studies travel course to Bologna, Italy! Continue Reading »
Sorry to keep you hanging on the calendar last month, but I was producing my thesis film and it took up pretty much the entirety of my life. But now, I’m back, and so are my recommendations for the second half of November. Check out these great films to see in and around Hollywood:
After a brief interlude, the Cinephile’s Dream Calendar is back with a slate chock-full of exciting films to see in and around Los Angeles.
In place of a full calendar this month, we have a very select group of films and retrospectives you simply must see, including one hilarious Halloween special screening.
The first Fall edition of the Cinephile’s Dream film calendar is here, chock full of indie and classic films eager to remind you why you love studying film in the first place. Read on for more!
After Max’s brief interlude travelling to Italy, the Cinephile’s Dream calendar is back for August, helping you locate the most interesting films playing the greater L.A. area you might not know about yet. Beat the heat in an air-conditioned arthouse theater!
Hello everyone. Well, I’m packing up and getting ready to head out from Bologna tomorrow after an amazing week. Before I leave Italia, I figured I’d finish up writing about my time at this amazing festival. Onto the final three days of screenings!
Buon giorno everyone! It’s Max with another report from beautiful Bologna. Before I get into what I’ve been seeing, I think I should take a moment to explain what the festival is all about.
Well now that we’ve all gotten our Avengers fix in, it’s time to take a look at the repertory high points in the second half of May, and boy, are there some fantastic movies. Below are the three screenings I’m most excited about.
Filmmaker-In-Residence JoAnn Sellar will screen There Will Be Blood, PT Anderson’s epic capitalist drama, tonight in the Folino. This stellar film will be screened on a 35mm film print!
Welcome to the summer movie season! We’ve got The Avengers this week and over the next several months we get films like Prometheus and The Dark Knight Rises, films that could potentially become classics. However, we won’t be able to tell if they’re classics for years, so why not go see some films that are Continue Reading »
Gust blogger Max Keller shares his picks for awesome films playing now through the end of April, throughout the greater LA area.
You can find and download the full March calendar here. Some of the picks have passed, but they’re still worth remembering to see next time they come around! Also, stay tuned to the Cinephile’s Dream categoryfor more picks later this week, for the end of March. You can also sign up to receive the calendar Continue Reading »
I’m already signed up for this calendar, and as a film lover myself, I think this will be a great tool for all of us in SoCal. I , for one, will definitely be at the “conversation with Amy Poehler and Jane Lynch,” listed below! -Jared Guest Blogger Max Keller, MFA Film and TV Production Continue Reading »
Next week, Dodge College is hosting a special screening of Fritz Lang’s classic Metropolis, in a newly restored version, including nearly half an hour of footage thought lost for nearly a century! Metropolis (1927) 153 min. Of Fritz Lang‘s many famous films, including M (1931), The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1933), and Fury (1936), Metropolis Continue Reading »
As you’re likely already aware, today is Veterans Day! Chapman University never misses an opportunity to celebrate an important national holiday, especially when our nation’s heroes are involved. Dodge College is commemorating the memorial with a series of short documentary films, presented by the Film Studies Program, recently restored by the Academy Film Archive (a Continue Reading »