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Professional and novice filmmakers alike are competing in the East Lansing Film Festival competion for the chance to win a cash prize and have their short film showed at the festival in November.
Contestants in the Five Days/Five Minutes competition will be given five days beginning Thursday to create an original five-minute film containing three elements: a prop, a character and a line of dialogue. Films are due Sept. 24.
Troy Bolton, played by Zac Efron in the popular Disney Channel movie "High School Musical," was every young girl's crush a few years back.
Want to joint the red carpet with Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and U.S. women’s soccer goalie Hope Solo?
Well, according to a Texas TV station, one of the entertainment world's newest, yet most beloved sweethearts, is a raging criminal.
On stage, two men crashed their way through an improvised scene. They were basing the performance on cues written by the audience. Every thirty seconds, the men would pause, read off one of the cues, and the performance would veer in a wildly new direction. The setting: a clock tower. The plot: a fear of worms. And then the revelations: “You’re adopted!” “You’re also adopted!” The scene concluded with the actors embracing and the audience enthusiastically applauding.
I'm a white dude.
I feel like it's best to get that out of the way, up front. The issue of race and racism is a touchy one at the best of times, and I in no way consider myself qualified to get into that discussion myself.
That's where LL Cool J and Brad Paisley come in.
Among movie critics, few stood as tall or rose as prominently as Roger Ebert.
For those who haven't been repetitively stalking Ryan Gosling, it's time for an announcement: Gosling is in Michigan.
Just keep swimming, and just keep filming.
Pixar announced Tuesday they already are casting a line in the 2015 box offices, as “Finding Dory,” a sequel to the 2003 hit “Finding Nemo” will hit theaters that fall.
Finally, after months of hail, sleet, snow and early morning walks through blizzarding winds, it's time to retire your tattered UGGs and wear the newest spring trends -- clear.
An alternative career fair mixed with entertainment and social marketing is coming to campus on
Since updating software last fall, Residence Halls Association, or RHA, has gotten positive feedback for it’s RHA TV On-Demand program. On the RHA website, students can watch up to 20 movies for free each month.
My oh my, it looks like Angela Simmons has ditched her sugary-sweet ways for the life of a high fashion designer.
Watch out Beyhivers, summer just got hotter.
A Harlem fashion icon whose luxurious sensibility helped to define hip hop fashion has re-emerged. In Oct.
The “Harlem Shake” videos were a memetic juggernaut in early 2013, seemingly pervading every cultural niche and media format.
With every spring season, there comes the anxiety of purchasing concert tickets — for me, at least.
In the history of music performance, there has always been a clear line between performers — the show — and the audience.
As a tumbleweed rolls through Farm Lane, campus might resemble a deserted Wild West town from the 1800s more than a busy college campus.
For doctoral student Sara Garnett, being a contestant on “Jeopardy!” was the next step. Actually winning was an even bigger one.