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“Pitch Perfect” screenwriter Kay Cannon made a splash at the South by Southwest Film Festival when she became the first female director to premiere an R-rated comedy with her film “Blockers.” With the teen comedy — Cannon’s directorial debut — hitting theaters Friday, the Hopkins Center for the Arts hosted an advance screening of the film over the weekend, giving Dartmouth the opportunity to view the teen drama a week before it hits theaters.
In “Past Forward,” Ho combines symbols and images from different cultures to envision a future in which ideas and values are integrated across the globe.
In creating a new visual identity for Dartmouth, designers faced a difficult challenge: balance tradition and history with modernity and adaptability, and convey all this to the eye.
S-Town, a podcast released in March 2017and hosted by “This American Life” producer Brian Reed begins as a true crime story.
According to Rotten Tomatoes, 2018’s “Tomb Raider” is the best reviewed video game film adaptation ... ever.
White’s newest album “Boarding House Reach,” released last Friday, is a convoluted imbroglio that mashes unwanted sounds and time signatures together and provides few redeemable moments.
Dear Paul Thomas Anderson, I want to begin by affirming how much I respect your work. Although the rest of this letter will not be kind to your newest film, “Phantom Thread,” I don’t want you to doubt my admiration for you as a filmmaker.
“Voices,” an annual original production performed, written and directed by self-identified Dartmouth women, will conclude this year’s lineup of V-February events tonight at 7 p.m.
Talented students performing diverse song selections will be featured in the Dartmouth Idol Finals tonight at 8 p.m.
A pioneer in the theater department, Will Maresco ’19 deviates from the typical Dartmouth theater major track, finding his passion in stage design.
This weekend, the theater department will present this winter term’s student production “Proof.” Originally written by David Auburn, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his work, the play is directed by Louisa Auerbach ’20 and stars Claire Feuille ’18, Macguinness Galinson ’21, Tess McGuinness ’18 and theater professor James Rice.
Tonight, the Hopkins Center for the Arts will host the world premiere of “Qyrq Qyz” (“Forty Girls”), a multimedia reanimation of a Central Asian epic that recounts the epic of a young woman, Gulayim, who defends her homeland against foreign invaders alongside 40 other female warriors.
Although 2018 is just starting, there have already been many times this year that I’ve found myself wondering if I am living in a twisted dystopia.
It’s hard not to ask what the best film of 2017 was, given that the 90th Academy Awards are less than a week away.
If you’ve been out of the obscure and cultish garage punk loop, you have probably never heard of Superchunk.
Hannah Matheson ‘18 is one of the few students who came to Dartmouth knowing already what she deeply cared about.
The Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble’s winter concert will be Saturday, Feb. 24 at 8 p.m.
Independent radio and podcast producer, Laura Sim ’16 majored in English at Dartmouth and completed a thesis on race in radio and podcasts.
This Wednesday, students will take one of the stages at the Hopkins Center for the Arts to perform “The Vagina Monologues,” an evolution of theatrical activism.
There is an old truism that posits that the best superhero films are those that first and foremost aim to be different.