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Must-see films from women directors

Jillian Fontana, Contributing Reporter March 11, 2021

To celebrate Women’s History Month, here are some fantastic movies directed by empowering women in the film industry!   The Forty-Year-Old Version (2020) Directed by Radha Blank   This...

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Must-see films from Black directors

Mackenzie Bookamer, Arcade Editor February 24, 2021

To celebrate Black excellence in the film industry, here are some eye-opening films to watch by Black directors.    Burning Cane (2019) Phillip Youmans “Burning Cane” is Youmans’...

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NOLA filmmaker makes debut at Sundance

Clara Lacey, Senior Staff Reporter February 10, 2021

New Orleans-based filmmaker Marion Hill made her feature debut last week in the 2021 Sundance Film Festival with “Ma Belle, My Beauty,” a dreamy and nuanced story grappling with the realities and...

Best romantic films for Valentine’s Day

Best romantic films for Valentine’s Day

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor February 10, 2021

If you’re single on Valentine’s Day, you could spend the day lamenting your loneliness and scowling at every cute couple picture you see, or you could get yourself a heart-shaped cookie and make...

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“We’re All Going to the World’s Fair” review

Haley Soares, Senior Staff Reporter February 3, 2021

This Sunday, Jan. 31, I had the pleasure of witnessing the world premiere of director Jane Schoenbrun’s debut narrative feature “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair” at the virtual Sundance...

5 movies to kick off holiday season

5 movies to kick off holiday season

Cullen Fagan, Senior Staff Reporter November 11, 2020

We just wrapped up an exciting month of Halloween and horror movie nights, so it’s time to venture into the next era of themed movie seasons — the much more heartwarming, and, let’s be honest,...

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Would you survive a slasher?

Hannah May-Powers, Arcade Editor November 3, 2020

Slasher flicks are a staple in the horror genre. Popularized in the 1970s and 1980s, these movies are characterized by a masked slayer, bladed weapons and a lot of gore. With notable films of this...

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Emmys fail to overcome COVID-19 challenges

Cullen Fagan, Senior Staff Reporter September 23, 2020

Like always, this year I watched the Emmys on my laptop from a shoddy stream link I got from direct messaging a random person on Twitter. Not like always, so did everyone else. Well, maybe not from a Twitter...

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No good apple: Copaganda in media

Hannah May-Powers, Arcade Editor September 22, 2020

One thousand ninety-nine. That is the number of people murdered at the hands of police in 2019. Behind every one of these needless killings is a person who was failed in the most violent way possible...

“Tenet” draws film fans back to theater

“Tenet” draws film fans back to theater

Tucker Allen, Contributing Writer September 16, 2020

Christopher Nolan’s latest film “Tenet” (2020) is a gratifying experience on an aesthetic and technical level, which fans have come to expect from the director, now tasked with reviving theater...

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Arcade’s official guide to pandemic movies

Hannah May-Powers, Arcade Editor September 16, 2020

The days of being able to watch a pandemic movie without feeling existential are long gone. As the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus, many are turning to different forms of escapism to...

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Back-to-school study playlist

Hannah May-Powers, Arcade Editor September 9, 2020

I spent the first three years of my undergraduate career studying in the first-floor stacks of our beloved Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. Even when I had a difficult, frazzled study session, I would...

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