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‘Re:Mixing’ – “Movie Music to Move You” with Liam Conway

By | Oct 15, 2020

The Ithacan · ‘Re:Mixing’ – “Movie Music to Move You” with Liam Conway
In this week’s episode, host Arleigh Rodgers talks about film scores with senior Liam Conway, whose playlist “Movie Music to Move You” features 10 musical moments from the films he loves.


Amateur video essayists discourage nuanced discussion

By | Oct 1, 2020

Unfortunately, as is typical of most internet discourse, film discussion can be problematic and counterproductive rather than welcoming.


Student compiles spreadsheet of Ithaca College fan fiction

By | Sep 9, 2020

In July, Chloe Landau ’20 compiled links to all of the fan fictions about Ithaca College that she could find.


Review: Sharp performances bring edge to film

By | Dec 10, 2019

Which celebrity killed Christopher Plummer in “Knives Out”?


Reviews from the summer season

Ithacan writers review a selection of summer’s biggest blockbusters and most complicated arthouse films.


Review: ‘The Last Jedi’ is a force to be reckoned with

By | Dec 20, 2017

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” still contains what fans love: the Force, lightsabers and the beloved characters, but it utilizes them in variety of new ways.


Review: Wonderful film is entertaining and educational

By | Dec 2, 2017

Auggie not only survives but learns to thrive in fifth grade. He embodies the film’s tagline, “Why blend in when you were born to stand out.”


Review: Comics for the week of 10/4

By , | Oct 5, 2017

“Batman: White Knight #1”
Written and Drawn by Sean Murphy
Hell hath no fury like a Joker scorned.


Review: Iconic sequel ‘awakens’ nostalgic ‘Star Wars’ fans

By | Jan 2, 2016

With deep characters and a nostalgic plot, “The Force Awakens” pays respect to the previous “Star Wars” films and creates intrigue about the future of the “Star Wars” franchise, but it plays it a bit safe.


Q&A: Ithaca College professor recreates ‘Star Wars’ with miniature felt figures

By | Apr 1, 2015

“Epic Yarns” features illustrations of original needle-felt versions of iconic characters including Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader and Chewbacca.