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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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Vintage Days (April 2017)

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]Photos by: Khone Saysamongdy and Megan Trindad

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‘Hacksaw Ridge’ is compelling, romantic and inspirational.

The World War II film, starring Andrew Garfield, is based on a true story. It follows the heroic journey of Desmond T. Doss, and how his devout commitment to his faith leads him to be the only man on the ...

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Movie Review: ‘This Is Where I Leave You’

Rating: B Ensemble dramedies can either be overstuffed with running gags, overt displays of “love” or overdramatic climaxes, and “This Is Where I Leave You” straddles on the edge of being just that. Shawn Levy, who last brought us the ...

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Behind The Mask

Students enjoy ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ themed festivities  USU Productions held “The Phantom’s Night” a dinner theater experience black-tie event at the Student Satellite Union on campus Thursday night. Da’shalyn Francis a junior majoring in speech language pathology is ...

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‘Jack the Giant Slayer’ review: Yet another gritty fairy tale

For anyone who has ever wondered what a CG giant picking his nose looks like—boy, is this movie for you.

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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 Dying Trend

When was the last time you went to a drive-in?  You might be shaking your head, wondering if they still exist.  Well, one is located just 30 minutes northwest of Fresno State, in the city of Madera.

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Film Festival to highlight the empowerment of women in Persian and French cultures

A series of Persian short films will launch today for the first ever “International Persian and French Film Festival” that will be held on campus this weekend. The festival is part of “Women’s Herstory Month” and each of the films is by and about women.

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‘The Artist’ proves to be a modern masterpiece

Black and white pictures are rare in this day and age, and a silent picture is virtually unheard of. Despite these factors, Michel Hazanavicius decided to create "The Artist."

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Paranormal Activity 3 proves more terrifying and entertaining than its predecessors

The original Paranormal Activity film began a trilogy of movies that held a simple, yet entertainingly terrifying  premise. The third installment promises even more jumps and screams than the previous films and offers the perfect Halloween fright for movie-goers.

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Student movie to be screened in NY

Photography major Isaac Haney-Owens will travel to New York City on Thursday, Oct. 27 for the screening of the film “Talking About It” which will be shown at the Media That Matters Festival.

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22nd Annual Reel Pride Film Festival

It’s the 22nd year of the this Fresno State-born Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. This year’s festival will present 56 films at the Tower Theatre and the Starline Lounge from Sept. 14 to 18.

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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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International Week events

International Education Week at Fresno State is designed to expose students to international perspectives. Each day this week a variety of lectures and cultural events will be offered on campus. Don't miss out. All events are free and open to the public.

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WEB-SPE@K: What is the Oscars’ most overlooked film of 2008?

What is the Oscars' most overlooked film of 2008?

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Movie review: “My Bloody Valentine”

Imagine getting your heart hacked out of your chest and stuffed into a heart-shaped box of chocolates. This is exactly what serial killer Harry Warden does to his victims in the slasher flick “My Bloody Valentine.”

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Reflecting on “Milk”

The last time Cleve Jones came to Fresno to talk about gay rights, the Ku Klux Klan showed up in the Free Speech Area—in full hooded attire.

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