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Life on the coast: 2022’s Fresh Coast Film Fest

Harry Stine October 20, 2022

The Fresh Coast Film Festival, which ran from Oct. 13-16, featured over 80 films, ranging from 60-second shorts to full-length screenings. “The festival has been absolutely amazing this year,” filmmaker...

Opinion — Review of Bodies, Bodies, Bodies

Opinion — Review of “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies”

Andie Balenger, Opinion Editor September 12, 2022
Best described as Gen Z’s whodunit film, “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies” puts a spotlight on our protagonist, Bea, as she spends a night with her new girlfriend’s lifelong pals. After an afternoon spent partying, the group decides to play a childhood game where one of the players is a “murderer” and has to take out all participants before they are ousted. However, after tension between the friend group rises and the power goes out, the party game suddenly becomes their reality.
Photo of the seating in Jamrich 1100

Campus cinema offers hybrid viewing, launches new website

Nate Jacobs March 4, 2021

As the winter 2021 semester came to NMU, so did some new changes to the Campus Cinema Club. With a new website and a new online viewing experience, Campus Cinema is bringing the movie theatre to you. The...

A photo of a shelf of movies at the Lydia M. Olson Library

Culture Shock Film Society explores perspective through film

Peter Smedley March 1, 2021

Less than three years ago a now graduated NMU student, Eric Pitz, decided in his senior year that he wanted to resurrect a club known as Gonzo Media. With a new name and a year of building, the club was...

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Heritage center to stream documentary “Sirkka”

Akasha Khalsa February 25, 2021

The Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center museum on campus, in collaboration with WNMU-TV, will be showcasing the documentary “Sirkka: Past and Present” on Friday, Feb. 26 at 9 p.m. The documentary will...

SOMETHING WICKED—Returning to NMU, the French Club’s annual silent film with live piano promises to spook viewers. This year’s movie pick is in honor of the burned Notre Dame Cathedral.

Silent film returns to haunt

Adan Mulvaney October 23, 2019

The French Club will be sponsoring a free showing of the 1923 film, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” at 7 p.m. on Oct. 30. The night will include a live grand piano performance by Bob Buchkoe, a seasoned...

‘Fresh Coast’ to return with double the films

‘Fresh Coast’ to return with double the films

Zoe Maki October 19, 2017

Whether it’s outrunning a hungry grizzly, sailing across the frozen shore of Iceland or recovering from being electrocuted by 2400 volts of electricity, it’s been documented. These riveting, heart-wrenching...

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