Film

Filmmakers hope to broaden worldview of audience through ‘Walk a Mile in Their Shoes’

Jonny and Marie Justice are educating people on bias and teaching people how to fix social ills

Film

‘IT’ remake receives high ratings from audiences, critics despite subpar execution

If you're looking for a 'real' horror movie, save your money

Film

Distinguished filmmaker Charles Burnett discusses honors, advice to emerging students

Burnett explains that despite fame, industry may be unforgiving

Film

Emmys get political, underrepresented groups make history

Celebrities talk about Donald Trump, Sean Spicer makes an appearance

Film

‘The 60 Yard Line’ tells the relatable story of Wisconsin Packers super fans

The film is to be screened at Union South sometime this fall

Film

Cinematheque focuses on relevant campus topics, culture through film schedule

Look no further for a pristine movie-watching experience

Big Bads

Big Bads: ‘Grease 2’ is shockingly worse than its prequel

Now this opinion is a bit more universal, no?

Big Bads

Big Bads: ‘Grease’ is a classic example of a filmic atrocity

Will the obsession with this film ever die?

Television

’13 Reasons Why’ illustrates dangers of bullying, unique perspective on suicide

The material can be hard to watch, but it's important

Television

‘Samurai Jack’ makes momentous return

Get out your swords!