Rebecca tries to make up new words to describe awesome local filmmakers' butterfly conservation event at the Virginia Theatre. Her first attempt is awful.
Daina sits down with Shatterglass Studios to talk about the history of the company and their latest project: Death of Innocence, a bio pic on the death and legacy of Emmett Till.
Mathew spreads the good word about National Theatre Live's return to the Art Theater Co-op.
Meghan talks to Bailey Hicks about the upcoming Illinifest Student Film Festival, and its opportunities for interested film students.
Sam caught some special moments of Ebertfest 2015. Check out the photos.
Champaign-Urbana's annual celebration of films both great and obscure opens Wednesday, April 15th.
Mathew interviews Helen Estabrook, producer of the film Whiplash.
Thom spotlights the documentary Paris is Burning, part of the Art Theater Co-op's Dance Film Festival.
Thom chats with Katie and Mike Prosise, who appear in the Pens to Lens feature The Time Will Come.
Mathew recaps the winners of this year's Second Annual Pens to Lens competition and shares some behind-the-scenes images.
The Arts Section strives to celebrate our community's rich and vibrant artistic scene, from theatre to local authors, film, performance art, and everything in between.