The Bible, at 35mm

Hollywood’s not afraid of God. It’s afraid of Christians. In an interview with Fox News March 20, headlined “Kevin Sorbo: Why is Hollywood so afraid of God?” the star of Christian success story “God’s Not Dead” said he often wonders why ... Continue Reading →

It’s already summer in Hollywood

Journey to a time when MTV’s name was actually valid. To a time when Bill Clinton was still recovering from not having “relations with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky.” To a time when 3D was mostly reserved for theme-park attractions and not a $4 add-on ... Continue Reading →

Hollywood prepares vibrant fall slate

  The summer blockbuster bombardment has finally come to an end, so it’s time once again for studios to release some of their smaller thrillers and comedies before they gear up for Oscar season. However, Oscar campaigns look quite vibrant this ... Continue Reading →

Who’s inthe chair?

Students, Faculty offer alternative takes on cinema Statistically, women and minorities make up a small percentage of the total number of directors behind Hollywood’s biggest films. Five percent of 2011’s highest grossing films were directed by women. That ... Continue Reading →

SIUC student goes from defense contracting to directing scene under Hollywood sign

Casey Lambert said he is looking to do something different with his life. Though he’s spent much of the last several years overseas as a defense contractor, he went to Los Angeles with a film crew during spring break to shoot under the Hollywood sign ... Continue Reading →

Former student writes own ticket to Hollywood

An SIU alumnus is on the fast on track to the Hollywood star-track with three recent screenwriting projects with major studios. John Scott III, a 2007 graduate from the cinema and photography department, is developing the zombie film “Maggie,” based ... Continue Reading →
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