Tag Archives: documentary

CineCulture: documentary showcases actress who influenced modern Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology

Hedy Lamarr was widely recognized as one of the most beautiful faces in Hollywood in the 1930s and ‘40s. But, as the audience at last Friday’s Cineculture movie screening found out, she offered the world a lot more than a ...

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Raped and beaten during the Bosnian War, she’s fighting back decades later

Screams, pain, anger, injustice. Those are only a few of the innumerable costs the women of Bosnia and Herzegovina had to pay during the Third Balkan War and the Bosnian conflict. The Bosnian conflict lasted from 1992 to 1995. It ...

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Student made film ‘Fresno to Fiji’ aired on PBS

Four Fresno State mass communication and journalism students said they were changed forever when they traveled abroad this year. Yvette Mancilla, Mike Demmers, Michael Price and Jordan Nicholson went to Fiji for a service-learning trip in January 2015 and turned ...

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Valley Firsts: Award-winning director to speak at Valley Firsts

In 1978, the documentary “The Flight of the Gossamer Condor” won an Academy Award, and tonight at 6 p.m. the director, Ben Shedd, and Bryan Allen, who piloted the first human-powered aircraft, will share their experiences.

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Soil presented as source of life in documentary

It takes microbes and men–the magic between them–to turn common dirt into uncommon soil.

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Capitalism: A Love Story

Entertaining and at times tear-jerking, Michael Moore cannonballs into the dirty pool of mortgage and banking, revealing the lust and greed lurking beneath the surface.

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