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November 16, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Film series explores LGBTQ identities and history

By | Oct 10, 2018

“It’s become not only a part of the social and academic parts of the community but woven into the curricular parts of the community as well,” Maurer said

Commentary: Film classes shouldn’t include industry sexism

By | Nov 29, 2017

I love film, but apparently, film doesn’t love me. That doesn’t mean that I’m going to quietly quit.

Annual film festival brings Latin American movies to Ithaca

By | Oct 4, 2017

This is the event’s fourth year but is the first to involve formal collaboration with Cornell University and Ithaca College students.

Q&A: Nick Sagan pushes beyond his father’s legacy

By | Apr 12, 2017

Everyone looks to find their own path — but you’re also the product of where you come from.

Q&A: Filmic Magazine screens collection of alternative films

By | Mar 20, 2017

The editors of Filmic Magazine have planned four film screenings for the remainder of the semester. They will be screened during the spring semester.

Students fall head over reels at 48 hour rom-com film festival

By | Feb 15, 2017

The Rom Com 48 Film Festival, as the name suggests, challenged students to make the best 3–5 minute romantic comedy short in 48 hours.

‘Moonlight’ featuring IC student receives Oscar nominations

By | Jan 9, 2017

“Moonlight” was one of five films in its category, which included “Hacksaw Ridge,” “Hell or High Water,” “Lion” and “Manchester by the Sea.”

Cine Con Cultura: Hispanic film festival shines on IC campus

By | Sep 28, 2016

The film festival, part of Latinx Heritage Month, began Sept. 20 and runs until Oct. 15, showing 11 films at local venues.

National film society finds home at Ithaca College

By | Feb 24, 2016

The Delta Kappa Alpha National Professional Cinema Society has been founded as a local chapter at Ithaca College.

Ithaca College professors contribute to National Film Registry

The National Film Registry chooses films each year for preservation because of their historical significance to American society, and nine Ithaca College professors have written essays for some of these films.

Installment Nine: Have a PPECS Day!

By | Feb 14, 2016

Having an on-campus job can be daunting—balancing school work with paid work, carving out time for a shift, working with people you don’t know.

Review: Viewers starved for substance in newest ‘Hunger Games’

By | Nov 29, 2015

The final installment of the series is the weaker half of a movie who shouldn’t have been divided in the first place.