Nine years after it first pitched its tents, ARTfest is once again returning to ASU.
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Creators do their best to work within the constraints of a highly commercial entertainment industry, where decisions are made based on projected financial gain. Queer coding, or the practice of suggesting a character is queer without explicitly stating it, is one method creators have used to cut through the red tape.
The Sidney Poitier New American Film School is bringing The Creative Journey to ASU, an event dedicated to teaching aspiring filmmakers on Saturday how to succeed in the film industry, being presented by those who have done exactly that.
Ever heard of zines? Maybe if you’ve seen a '90s documentary or two lately. Or if you are involved in an LGBTQ+ club on campus. If you haven’t heard of them yet, you will. The art form has fallen out of circulation in recent years, but it’s making a huge comeback, especially at ASU.
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Tolkien nerds assemble! "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy's prequel is four episodes in now, and reviews are mixed to say the least. Set thousands of years before The Hobbit, "The Rings of Power" follows Galadriel’s backstory and depicts the forging of the great rings. Fans have waited with bated breath for this next installment in the saga, and Amazon has promised to deliver. Have they? I wish I could say yes. I really wanted to say yes.