The University of La Verne hosted a Transgender Remembrance Day virtual event Wednesday, to honor the trans lives lost this year. The event featured photographer and filmmaker Henry Horenstein who screened his film “Blitto Underground” before 35 La Verne community members who attended via Zoom.
Paramount Pictures film producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura discussed how the film industry may be forever changed by the pandemic at the Claremont Graduate University In Conversation lecture held via Zoom on Oct. 28.
The final installment to the “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” film series, titled “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: Always and Forever,” premiered on Netflix on Feb. 12 and touches on the importance of making life-changing decisions while trying to maintain a relationship.
Wattpad Studios released “After We Collided,” the second installment of the “After” movies series, Oct. 23, continuing the drama-filled love story of Hardin and Tessa, who met in college.
There are a lot of different elements that make up the essence of Halloween, such as costumes, family traditions, decorations and the actual history of the holiday. One of the most important parts of Halloween is the horror genre, more specifically scary movies. These films influence costumes and really big events to celebrate the spooky […]
The University of La Verne’s Campus Activities Board hosted “Movies for Mental Health,” a workshop online last week to bring awareness to mental health issues and help students learn about the importance of mental wellness.
Many in the arts and entertainment industries have found creative ways to work while the effects of COVID-19 have left many unemployed and organizations at a loss for what to do to continue their work.
As social distancing has led to a lonely, monotonous routine for many, some University of La Verne students are finding comfort in binging via platforms such as Netflix, Disney+ and Hulu, according to an informal survey.
“Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert” celebrates the 20th anniversary of Coachella by telling the complete story of the festival, from where it started to the popular event it has become.
The Pomona Valley Film Society hosted a screening of “Chicano Rock! The Sounds of East Los Angeles” and “Soul of Lincoln Heights” Saturday at Progress Gallery in Pomona.