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New Year, New Cinema Arts Program

Karen Gamez, Reporter

February 21, 2019

GLENDALE, Ariz. - The cinema arts department at Glendale Community College has been approved to receive a $20,000 grant from the Tohono O’odham Nation to pay for new equipment and program expansion beginning February. Stephanie...

‘Silence’ speaks on religious extremes

Josh Brown

February 7, 2017

“Silence” the latest dramatic effort from director Martin Scorsese, who by now has established himself as one of the most influential figures in cinema history, is about two Jesuit (a form of Catholic) priests in the 1600’s...

Suicide Squad gets mixed reviews

Denisha Gregory

September 12, 2016

Another month has passed in a blink of an eye. Now it is September which means we are one month closer to Halloween and I think its safe to say we know what most girls are going to dress up as, Harley Quinn. If you do not know...

‘The Witch’ invites viewers into a haunting universe

Julio Gonzalez

March 30, 2016

"The Witch" opened Feb. 19 in the U.S., promising to chill the bones of the those who claim to be not-so-easily disturbed by “scary” movies. A retelling of New-England folktales and the fascination with witches and evil...

Crime drama ‘Triple 9’ lacks depth but delivers in the end

Julio Gonzalez

March 30, 2016

The new crime drama "Triple 9" began screening in the U.S. Feb. 26 and was highly anticipated for action movie buffs considering the star-studded cast. With the likes of Chiwetel Ejiofar, Aaron Paul, Norman Reedus, Casey Afflec...

Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival Celebrates 20th Anniversary in Valley

Ingrid Sanora

February 3, 2016

By Ingrid Sanora Shalom, Glendale! The Annual Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival is back in the Valley, celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year. The film festival will be held at Harkins Theatres in Scottsdale, Peoria...

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