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2017’s Best movie moment is in Lowery’s A Ghost Story

Twenty-two minutes into David Lowery’s film, A Ghost Story, Casey Affleck — the bearded and introverted Hollywood signifier of perpetual little brotherhood and purported sexual harassment — stands in obscurity beneath a white sheet of halloweenesque spectrehood. He is dead, a ghost trapped in a

Beloit alum plans all-female feature film

In 1896, Alice Guy-Blache directed one of the world’s first ever narrative films, La Fée aux Choux (The Cabbage Fairy). For the next 10 years, it’s guessed by historians that she was probably the only female director in the world. Female representation behind the camera

Gallery ABBA and BSU debut Black Lives Matter art showcase

The powerful, poignant Gallery ABBA BSU Black Lives Matter art showcase opened on Friday, February 10, to a crowd larger than any in Gallery ABBA’s recent history. Gallery ABBA’s student manager Grace Gerloff’19, estimated between 100-150 students, teachers and community members attended the event —