Global Peace Film Festival: Reviewing the films

September 21, 2018

As part of the Global Peace Film Festival, students will submit film reviews as the festival goes on. The films are shown at various Orlando locations, including Rollins College, the Winter Park Library, and Enzian Theater.   Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story  By Renee Sang The documentary, Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story, […]

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Students help produce Global Peace Film Festival

September 12, 2018

The members of Dr. Denise Cummings’ “CMC 310: Media, Peace, and Justice” course met in the rail car office for a festival planning session. (Nina Streich / Courtesy) For the 13th year in a row, Rollins will be a central part of the Global Peace Film Festival, but it continues with one unique contribution: a […]

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Make some noise for ‘A Quiet Place’

April 26, 2018

A Quiet Place, the latest Hollywood horror film, displays a uniquely riveting plot and beautiful cinematography. The movie stars real-life married couple John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, as well as Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe. A Quiet Place follows the Abbott family as they try to live in total silence and hide in a post-apocalyptic world […]

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The many faces of horror

October 26, 2017

October acts as our designated time to celebrate the things that unsettle us, and our nearby Enzian theatre welcomes in the month with its 13 Films of Halloween program. Matthew Curtis, the Enzian’s programming director, as well as English Professors Jill Jones and Ben Hudson comment on the program and how it makes the most […]

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Discovering inner peace through film

September 28, 2017

For over a decade, the Global Peace Film Festival (GPFF) worked with Rollins to screen films on-campus that capture various current obstacles solutions to global peace. These screenings have always been free to all students. Aside from Rollins’ central position in Winter Park, the benefits of the partnership for the festival abounded. Many on-campus organizations, […]

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Why ‘Moonlight’ deserves attention—and why it does not

March 9, 2017

The only thing that could have possibly overshadowed Suicide Squad’s win for Best Makeup and Hairstyling at the 2017 Academy Awards was a shocking mix-up in the Best Picture category. When Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty prepared to read the winner of the Best Picture Oscar, something seemed off—Beatty took just a little too long […]

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2017’s Oscar Predictions

February 23, 2017

The Oscars are just days away and Hollywood is divided. It’s La La Land, a brilliantly-created musical about white lovers in Hollywood, versus Moonlight, a polarizing drama tacking racial and sexual barriers. Over the past two years, not a single black actor or actress has been nominated for an Oscar. This began calling into question […]

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Netflix offers questionable international horror films

October 20, 2016

With Hurricane Mathew and Fall Break behind us, and with Thanksgiving Break coming up, Netflix is on many Rollins students’ minds. Though the seasons do not bring drastic changes to the weather, most Floridians take the slightest drop in temperature as a sign to pull out the cozy hoodies and blankets from the bottoms of […]

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“Blair Witch” sequel receives mixed reviews

September 22, 2016

Ever since I was little, I have always been a fan of horror movies. I used to fill my weekends by watching all of the classic horror films such as Scream, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Friday the 13th among many others. The horror movies that have come out at the movies lately have […]

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Boxing movie ‘Creed’ does not disappoint

December 3, 2015

In this age of reboots and remakes, I am happy to say that Creed is not only one of the best reboots of a franchise, but it also surpasses the typical constraints of a reboot and goes beyond to become its own thing. Creed, directed by Ryan Coogler and starring Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, […]

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