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OPINION | Tulane film department requires modernization

OPINION | Tulane film department requires modernization

Abe Messing, Contributing Writer March 24, 2021

Enrolling in a film class initially feels kind of like getting away with something, sort of how being a Moviepass subscriber in 2018 felt — excited to watch a bunch of movies, but still slightly...

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“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” capturing the queer experience on the silver screen

Haley Soares, Arcade Editor March 5, 2020

After a long wait by audiences across the country, we may finally rejoice in the wide release of “Portrait of a Lady on Fire.”  Winner of the prestigious Queer Palm Feature and Best Screenplay...

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Arcade’s February events preview

Jordan Moskowitz, Contributing Writer February 5, 2020

Here in New Orleans, the fun never stops. With the annual celebration of Mardi Gras coming up, why not honor the whole month with fun-filled events? While there is an overload of activities on NOLA’s...

Quiet resistance: Review of “Flint is Family”

Quiet resistance: Review of “Flint is Family”

Alex Calloway, Staff Reporter September 11, 2019

Museums are often considered places of grand spectacle, allure and wonder. A maestro’s brushstroke can reduce a viewer to the most basic of emotions, and many museums pride themselves on this quality....

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New faculty, direction changes in Digital Media Production program

Deeya Patel, News Editor September 5, 2019

Digital media production encapsulates several rising forms of media, including film, television and sound production. At Tulane, DMP is offered as a coordinate major to students and offers electives such...

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Raven Ancar sheds light on Black student experience in self-directed film

Nile Pierre, News Editor February 14, 2019

The Hullabaloo sat down with Tulane freshman Raven Ancar to discuss the inspirations and process behind the making of her first film, “The Veil.” The documentary, based on “the veil” present in...

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Coen Brothers’ ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’ premieres at New Orleans Film Festival

Patrick Miller, Associate Arcade Editor October 25, 2018

Ethan and Joel Coen’s latest cinematic experiment takes the form of “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.” As a compilation of six shorter stories, “The Ballad” was originally a slated to be released...

Netflix Queue: Lady Love

Netflix Queue: Lady Love

Nurah Lambert, Arcade Editor September 24, 2018

The romance genre has a long, long history, but only recently have we seen same-sex coupling normalized in the media. From bachelorette parties to summer flings, here are our favorite lesbian films released...

A still from the film featuring Constance Wu (left) and Sonoya Mizuno (right).

“Crazy Rich Asians” provides necessary, though limited, platform for Asian-American voices through Hollywood

Hugo Fajardo, Intersections Editor September 6, 2018

Based on recent trends and tastes, there seems to be a rising representation of marginalized identities in the American film industry. Marvel’s “Black Panther,” along with its predominantly black...

Netflix’s ‘On My Block’ glimpses into the lives of teenagers in urban communities of color

Netflix’s ‘On My Block’ glimpses into the lives of teenagers in urban communities of color

Hugo Fajardo, Associate Intersections Editor April 25, 2018

Netflix is no stranger to releasing high-quality content that displays the perspectives of marginalized communities. From "Dear White People" to "Queer Eye", there are multiple shows available through...

Representation in Hollywood is on the rise

Representation in Hollywood is on the rise

Hugo Fajardo, Associate Intersections Editor March 12, 2018

"Art can change and connect the world," Darla K. Anderson, producer of the Pixar animated film Coco, said. "And this can only be done when we have a place for everyone and anyone who feels like an ‘other’...

Arcades Top Picks for Summer Superhero Movies of 2017

Arcade’s Top Picks for Summer Superhero Movies of 2017

Jonathon Marks and Daniel Horowitz August 27, 2017

With the summer coming to a close and many films still yet to come, it seems as though 2017 will be remembered for some of the most successful superhero movies in recent years. Arcade has compiled a list...

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