Six students are running around on the University of Arizona football stadium field with a camera, sound equipment and some frisbees. These students are part of the Active Galactic Videos (AGV) team, and they are turning the stadium into a scale model of the universe.
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The University of Arizona Film and Televison program hosts an annual film presentation and competition as a final project for their graduating students. It is the first opportunity to see the original films from the student filmmakers before they take their work to major film festivals all over the world.
Lesbian Looks Film and Video Series returns to the Loft Cinema this Sunday for its 24th year of celebrating film created by and featuring stories from the lesbian community. Presented by the Institute for LGBT Studies and co-sponsored by various groups from the UA campus and the greater community of Tucson, the festival will be screening two short films by renowned filmmaker Michelle Citron.
The Tucson Festival of Books is in town for another year of guest authors, community building and the celebration of writing and reading. Every year brings new authors and new perspectives from all genres. This year, one of those new faces is Kristen Simmons.
For years, Los Angeles-based choreographer and activist Ana Maria Alvarez has utilized dance to inspire change and transformation. This year, she is being spotlighted at the Binational Arts Residency.
College athletes tend not to have a lot of time on their hands between practice, traveling, games and meets on top of regular schoolwork, jobs and extra curricular activities. It seems nearly impossible to fit something like learning a new artform into such a hectic schedule, but in the off-season, some student-athletes embrace their inner artist.
The arts are an expressive way to share and communicate culture, especially the art of cinema. The nature of film allows it to educate using entertainment, storytelling and visual creativity, allowing viewers glimpses into lives and worlds far different from their own. It is this kind of education that the University of Arizona Center for Middle Eastern Studies aims to provide with its Spring 2018 Film Series.
There are over 600 recognized clubs and organizations at the University of Arizona. Each group has passionate students trying to better their lives, and college experiences, through extracurricular participation. One of these clubs is the University Filmmakers Organization, otherwise known as UFO.
Local Tucson artists will be sharing paintings of all subjects and mediums at the Small Paintings of the Southwest exhibition at the El Conquistador hotel in Tucson this February.
The University of Arizona School of Dance is showing off some of their choreographers and dancers this weekend at "In the Moment — Student Spotlight." Undergraduate and graduate students are bringing pieces of all different styles and inspirations to the show.
We share stories to understand one another. People recount experiences, create fiction, share mythology and fables in order to connect with others, to find common ground and allow strangers a glimpse into their world. Stories are our ticket into the storyteller’s mind; they give us a chance to understand some of the strangest, most unimaginable things.
Lia Haddock disappeared two years ago. Like the untold story she was uncovering as an American Public Radio host, it seemed she was lost along with her story. With so much time gone by since her last address to her listeners, the sixth episode of fictional podcast “Limetown” was believed to be the finale, the final words of Haddock.
October at the University of Arizona isn’t quite like October at most other universities: the temperature regularly surpasses 90 degrees, there aren’t many leaves starting to change color and sweater season is still in the distant future. One thing that is essential to October at the UA and at colleges across the country, however, is Homecoming — one of the biggest Homecoming traditions being the Homecoming Parade.
How do you listen to music?
Cinema has power.
Family Weekend is upon us yet again. For those looking for some fun ways to spend time with family in Tucson, here’s a list of five things to do over the weekend.
All that was known to the Tucson Film Festival audience about “Everything Beautiful is Far Away” was that it was a science fiction film about a man, a girl and a robot looking for a lake in the midst of a desert.
The day her parents brought home a Brillo box sculpture by Andy Warhol, Lisanne Skyler had no idea the piece would become the catalyst for a future documentary.
John B. McLemore lived his entire life in Woodstock, Alabama, a small town smack in the middle of rural America. He preferred to call it “Shittown.”
Mapping Q has returned to the UA Museum of Art for its fifth exhibition and is allowing LGBTQ youth to examine representation within the museum and its artwork.