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Film & Media Dept Hosts Inaugural Women In Media Conference

The WIM conference emphasized the growing roles of women in entertainment and media industries and offered attendees tips and insights for pursuing careers in technology, film, television and media.
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Debugging the Gender Gap with Code

Growing up, women are often told that they won’t like math, science or coding — or perhaps they are told that they aren't good enough. When people are told something enough they start to believe i...
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Civil War Brings Wehrung Peace

There are more heroes, more motivations and more stories to tell than ever before, yet the movie never feels overstuffed or forced.
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Jaws Script-to-Screen Takes a Bite out of Pollock

Gottlieb sat down for a Q&A session with Matthew Ryan, the director of Pollock Theater. Ryan asked Gottlieb several questions about the filming and recruitment process. Gottlieb gave some insight on h...
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The Bare Necessities are All Here

If anything can be said about this film (the latest in Disney's pantheon of live-action remakes of their own animated classics), it's that it's probably the first live-action animated film. Besides M...
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Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Blah

Alex Wehrung answers whether or not this polarizing flicks bleeds. It will.
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MCC Screens ‘Very Young Girls’

The only thing worse than knowing sex trafficking exists in this country is knowing the average starting age of girl prostitutes in NY (2007) was 13. In some cases prostitution is voluntary — they...
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Banff Film Fest Hits Santa Barbara

The word “gnarly,” commonly heard throughout the vernacular of outdoor sport culture, is defined by Urban Dictionary as, “when you’ve gone beyond radical, beyond extreme, it’s balls out dang...
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Artsweek Reviews Deadpool

“Everyone, please turn around and welcome Ryan Reynolds!” A resounding crack echoes inside I.V. Theater as hundreds of necks twist around at once. “Just kidding,” the 20th Cent...
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SBIFF Women’s Panel

The Women’s Panel was held in the Lobero theater on February 13th, the final day of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. The guests included Rosa Tran, Shannon McIntosh, Liz Garbus, Al...
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SBIFF Director’s Panel

The Santa Barbara International Film Festival held the Outstanding Directors of the Year Award at the Arlington Theater on Feb. 11. The guests included all five directing Academy Award nominees: Lenny...
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SBIFF Cinema Vanguard Award: Rooney Mara Interview

Clad in black leather and velvet open-toed pumps, the actress planted her feet on the cement of the Arlington Theater promptly at 7:30 p.m. on the bustling Friday night in downtown Santa Barbara. Acad...
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The Edge of Glory: Ronan and Larson awarded at SBIFF

Saoirse Ronan and Brie Larson were given the prestigious Outstanding Performer of the Year award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Monday, Feb. 9. Ronan arrived at the Arlington Thea...
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SBIFF Awards Johnny Depp with Modern Master Award

The rumours allegedly began earlier in the day but, by 8:20 p.m. on Thursday evening, people were beginning to worry that Johnny Depp might not show up to collect his Maltin Modern Master award from t...
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SBIFF 2016 Premiere: The Little Prince + Interview with stars Jeff Bridges and Mackenzie Foy and director Mark Osborne

The 2016 Santa Barbara International Film Festival finally arrived on Friday, Feb. 6. This year’s premiere opened with Paramount Pictures’ adaption of the classic French children’s novel, The Li...
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