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Quickly, I am reminded that summer in Charlottesville is humid. This season in the Chung household always meant sleeping in until the start of camp, water balloons and bubble wands in the backyard, cold buckwheat noodles and shaved ice, but best of all...
Mid-summer tends to feel like a cinematic wasteland. Most of the major studio tent poles have been released and we are still a month or two away from the more serious films of Oscar season. Three movies aimed to inject some originality into theaters and...
The Golden Globes are often seen as the more fun awards show, but essentially meaningless when it comes to predicting who will win at the Academy Awards. However, they can work to encourage an Academy member to pick up a screener that they have been ignoring...
Hey High School Filmmakers! Have you entered our National Endowment for the Humanities Documentary Film Competition yet? Well…we’re bringing in 4 amazing filmmakers to judge the submitted short documentaries! Each film will have the opportunity...
This Spring, Renaissance High School students were able to choose between 3 different art classes during their “Arts Practicum” semester-long once-a-week course. One of their options was a Light House film workshop, and we created a class...