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SACNAS Movie Night at City Supports STEM

SACNAS Movie Night at City Supports STEM

December 11, 2019

The Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science held a movie night at San Diego City College as a way to fundraise.

Movie Review: “Avengers: Endgame”

December 11, 2019

Marvel brings back for the last time famous characters such as Tony Stark, Thor, Black Widow, Captain America and Bruce Banner, in the Avengers finale. #MikalsMovieRating 10/10

“Pelo Malo” showcased at Subir center

“Pelo Malo” showcased at Subir center

October 11, 2019

The Dreamer Resource Center showcased the movie “Pelo Malo” (Bad Hair) last Thursday, presenting themes of racism, poverty and homophobia. The movie...

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City College students took center stage at San Diego Film Week

April 18, 2018

March 23, 2018 Seven San Diego City College students from the Radio Television and Film Department showcased their films at the San Diego Film Week 2...

Life behind the screen(writer)

Angelica Wallingford

January 16, 2016

In the quiet corner of the first floor of the L building, students stagger out into the unusually hot September sun on their last in-class session of Introduction to Screenwriting class. Left behind was a their teacher, longtime San Diego City College professor and screenwriter Russell Redmond. “Russell is very patient, and you can gather the fact, especially when it comes...

San Diego Asian Film Festival celebrates its sweet 16

San Diego Asian Film Festival celebrates its sweet 16

October 27, 2015

The San Diego Asian Film Festival will kick off Nov. 5 and run through the 14th with this year's edition of the festival featuring more than 130 films...

Transcending gender in Asian cinema

Transcending gender in Asian cinema

November 19, 2014

Seats in V-101 were filled quickly with students and staff to listen to Pacific Arts Movement’s Artistic Director Brian Hu introduce the 15th Annual...

Dramas to Hit the Airwaves: Student Radio Brings Back an Old Art Form

May 14, 2014

Before the average American household had more TVs than people, radio dramas were a vital part the entertainment industry. They began airing in the 1920s,...

Evolution of the ‘Con’: How the Center of Nerd Culture Became a Phenomenon of its Own

Jennifer Manalili

May 14, 2014

  The lines are spiraling as the San Diego sun beats down on a couple thousand yards of tents that rest over a crowd that stretches behind the Convention Center toward the water. Thousands of people are standing in line. Many of them have been waiting since last night, some of them for days, huddled under the tent poles and amongst the white chain-linked crowd control...

‘How do you define American?’

‘How do you define American?’

December 5, 2013

The fourteenth annual San Diego Asian Film Festival concluded with the sold out screening of Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, filmmaker and Define American fou...

Script to Screen Event at City College

Script to Screen Event at City College

April 15, 2013

Have you ever wanted to learn more about films; the way they are made, the special effects, and the countless sleepless hours trying to make it just r...

Oscar winning film chronicles homeless San Diegan’s life

Ashley Perez

April 5, 2013

Inocente Izucar was born into a homeless family, her family moving from shelter to shelter, occasionally having to sleep on the streets. The memories of her father were not so pleasant. One day things got out of control when she forgot to follow his instructions, causing her father to lash out. The mother was afraid that he might kill Inocente and called the police. The police...

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