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Movies

‘Hunger Games’ series prequel reverses narrative

Coriolanus Snow rises to infamous status in "The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes"

Movies

Overture Center’s ‘Duck Soup Cinema’ brings silent films back to spotlight

Cinema series highlights silent horror film before Halloween

Film

UW Cinematheque screens old, new films this fall

Catch these free, quirky flicks on campus this semester

Film

Q&A: Founder of Badger Film Groups shares rewards of student film

'What makes this group special is that everyone cares,' BFG president says

Film

The Cinematheque presents ‘Koozhangal’ and ‘Writing With Fire’

Hindi documentary, Tamil film intertwine myriad of aspects of Indian culture at Vilas Hall

Film

Safety on sets: A look at deadly shooting during ‘Rust’ movie filming

Incident occurred when Baldwin mistakenly discharged prop gun on set

Movies

Last Night in Soho: Edgar Wright’s best since Baby Driver

Last Night in Soho released exclusively in theaters October 29, it did not disappoint

Art

How Scorsese’s negative opinion of Marvel movies holds up in 2021

Master filmmaker proved he doesn't know everything about industry that made him famous

Film

How the “day-and-date” release strategy changed the film industry

In order to keep the film industry alive throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, studios decided to release movies on streaming services the same day they released in theaters, a decision now proving to have unforeseen consequences

Art

What the release of Marvel’s Shang-Chi could mean for the future of the movie theater

Marvel Studios’ newest release blew past its opening weekend box office projections, but will it be enough to garner a return to pre-pandemic box office strength?

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