Tag Archives: cineculture

This week in entertainment: Talent show, Brad Paisley tickets and folklorico

‘The Hmong and the Secret War’ screening Fresno State’s Hmong program and the Hmong Language Club will host a screening of the PBS documentary “The Hmong and the Secret War” at 6 p.m. Tuesday in McLane Hall, Room 161. The ...

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This week in entertainment: author readings, film screenings, dance performances

‘Valentine Road’ screening The Cross Cultural and Gender Center’s LGBTQ+ programs and services will host a screening of “Valentine Road,” a documentary about Larry King, a gay eighth-grade student who was shot and killed by his classmate. The screening will ...

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Fresno State is celebrating its international students this week

Fresno State kicked off International Education Week to celebrate the university’s accomplishments in promoting the exchange of students across the world. Food, giveaways and performances kicked off the event Monday at the Speakers Platform near the Henry Madden Library. Marcela ...

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CineCulture screens ‘Menashe’

CineCulture, in collaboration with Jewish studies, held a screening of “Menashe” to expose students to the Hasidic Jewish culture that persists in South Brooklyn. Dr. Ed EmanuEl, a host who filled in for director Joshua Weinstein, discussed the century-old community ...

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This week in entertainment: ‘Selena’ anniversary, CineCulture screening, ‘Native Son’

Mary-Denise to perform Tunes at Noon Tunes At Noon will feature alternative pop-rock band Mary-Denise on Wednesday in The Pit. The event is free and open to the public. For questions or accommodations, contact Student Involvement: 559-278-2741. Moctesuma Esparza to ...

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‘Bitter Harvest:’ Romance during the Holodomor

Director George Mendeluk invited people to “enter the world of the lovers” at Fresno State CineCulture’s screening of “Bitter Harvest.” “Bitter Harvest” is about Yuri’s (played by Max Irons) struggle against Stalin (played by Gary Oliver) and the Holodomor, a ...

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This week in entertainment: CineCulture screening, cello festival, alumni mixer

‘A Particle of Dread’ continues this week Fresno State University Theatre continues its production of “A Particle of Dread (Oedipus Variations),” written by Sam Shepard and directed by J. Daniel Herring. The show will run until Saturday. Tickets are $10 ...

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CineCulture club film screenings: ‘Watch with an open mind’

What began as an on-campus club, CineCulture has blossomed into an academic course that engages with community members who wish to discuss independent filmography at film screenings CineCulture puts on. Club adviser and instructor Dr. Mary Husain has been preparing ...

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CineCulture Film: Road to La Paz

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University’s diversity recognized with weeklong event

Fresno State is recognizing diversity on campus by holding the second annual Cross Cultural Celebration Week, a weeklong event celebrating different cultures that make up the campus community. Geraldine Panelo Elizondo, assistant director for student involvement at Fresno State, along ...

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High-profile civil rights activist speaks on campus

By Matthew Criswell Angela Davis, an icon of the Civil Rights Movement, offered insight about her time as an activist to Fresno State students Friday as part of the CineCulture film series. The film series screened the 2012 documentary “Free ...

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Hispanic Heritage Month brings students together

Only four more events are left to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at Fresno State this year.

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CineCulture welcomes Herman Boone in honor of African People’s History Month

Coach Herman Boone of T.C. Williams High School, the man who inspired the film Remember the Titans was at Fresno State to show the film and speak to students in honor of African People’s History Month.

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CineCulture dances into season

“Mao’s Last Dancer,” an Australian film directed by Bruce Beresford, was shown last Friday as part of CineCulture’s focus to bring cultural awareness to campus through film and discussions.

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‘A Day Without A Mexican’ brings new perspective to polarizing issue

CineCulture film explores reality of no Latino population Associated Press “A Day Without a Mexican,” CineCulture’s latest film, filled every seat on Friday night in the Peters Education Center. The film explores the reality of what California would be like ...

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Foreign films raise bigger issues

I watch foreign films every Friday night.

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Polarizing educator talks education

An elementary education theorist from the University of Illinois at Chicago, Bill Ayers, visited Fresno State Friday as a guest of one of the school’s clubs.

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Are we running dry?

Environmental planner-turned documentary filmmaker Jim Thebaut brings his film “The American Southwest: Are We Running Dry?” to California State University, Fresno.

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