The red carpet was rolled out for student screenwriters and filmmakers on Saturday at Pens to Lens.
John takes a look at the latest film series offering at the Art Theater, featuring subjects that are close to home.
Nicole speaks with director Kelly Richmond Pope, discussing this critically acclaimed film All The Queen's Horses and the impacts of fraud and corruption in the small Illinois town of Dixon.
The editors and writers of Smile Politely attend the 20th Annual Roger Ebert Film Festival to keep you up to date on this year's festivities.
Nicole talks with Kate Davis, one of the directors of Traffic Stop, nominated for a 2018 Oscar Award for Documentary Short Subject.
Arts editor Kate Fenton previews this year's Ebertfest.
Kate sits down with Melissa Merli to discuss Roger Ebert's Film Festival — how it started, how it has changed, and her most memorable moments from the last twenty years.
The new film Black Panther made its debut on the big screen this past weekend, and Protagonist Pizza spoke with some locals about the film.
Jarrod previews this weekend's New Art Film Festival by talking to participants about what the festival means to them, and more.
Kate Fenton sits down with the guys from Protagonist Pizza Productions to figure out what exactly is a protagonist pizza?
The filmmaking community and the community at large all came together to celebrate the creativity of our brightest artistic stars: young and old.
Rebecca refuses to pun about the best summer event in C-U: a celebration of local film, design, and acting that exists solely because and for the benefit of the imagination of kids.
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.