To gain a better understanding of gender roles in the Middle East and North Africa, or to simply enjoy great cinema, here are five films to watch over your summer break.

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By Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for—the first trailer for “The Last Five Years” is finally here! I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve watched the trailer at least five times already (okay, you got me. It’s more like ten). We all know I’m a huge Jeremy […]

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By Sarah Burstein, Staff Writer @sarahh_burstein There’s a Christian alternative to “Fifty Shades of Grey.” You’re not reading that wrong. In Feb. 2015, movie theaters will most likely be filled to the brim with readers of the bestselling novel, “Fifty Shades of Grey” as the film adaptation hits the big screen on Valentine’s Day. But […]

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By Katrina Uy, Blog Editor @katreenz The toys are back, and Pixar is at it again with yet another sequel to add to their wildly successful film franchise. On Friday, it was announced that the animation studio has plans to make “Toy Story 4,” to be released June 16, 2017. Not much is known about the […]

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By Robin Ngai, Staff Writer @bluebird1278 On Thursday, Hillary Clinton spoke at the Women in the World conference in New York. There, she boldly stated that there is a double standard for women which is created by the media. Clinton claimed that the media should be more aware of how they present women in the […]

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By Gregory Davis, Staff Writer @Greg_HD With the help of the Creative Mind Group, I had the pleasure of traveling to Cannes, France to attend the Cannes Film Festival for two weeks in May. Heading into such a revered event in the film industry, I could not temper my expectations. Yet, the festival managed to […]

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By Mel Papalcure, Muse Staff Writer On Thursday, March 1 from 6-8 p.m. on the 5th floor of Mugar, students have the opportunity to through original scripts, notes, drawings, photographs, promotional material and memorabilia that will broaden their understanding of a classic Terry Gillam film.

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By Bryan Sih, Muse Staff Writer I’ve been growing increasingly alarmed when my peers explain a movie they want to shoot, and they say “I want everything to be handheld.” My first response is always, “Why?” to which they respond with something to the effect of, “I want a documentary look, I want the film […]

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