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Join us for the premiere of several engaging and topical short films produced by students in the Blue Horizons Summer Program for Environmental Media. During this nine-week summer program, students learn elements that are essential to producing documentary films – from developing a film’s core idea and story, to thinking about its impact on its audiences, to the nuts-and-bolts of video production. After examining the critical issues of our region’s oceans and seashores, students develop their own stories and produce their own short documentaries.
Join us for the premiere of the 2018 GreenScreen student environmental films. The evening will showcase four student-produced films focused on eco-consciousness. This year’s films are "Trial by Fire", "A Brief History of Waste", "Trail Heads", and "Our Last Trash".
"Amar Akbar Anthony" was a Bollywood blockbuster when it was released in 1977 and has become a classic of Hindi cinema and a touchstone of Indian popular culture. Delighting audiences with its songs and madcap adventures, the film follows the heroics of three Bombay brothers separated in childhood from their parents and one another. Beyond the freewheeling comedy and camp, however, is a potent vision of social harmony, as the three protagonists, each raised in a different religion, discover they are true brothers in the end.
In a little more than a decade, esport has become a billion-dollar global industry that engages hundreds of millions of viewers with weekly gaming competitions. Video games have always had a competitive component, but the early 2000s saw the birth of a more sophisticated industry around video game competition. Beginning in Korea with cable esports broadcasts of "Starcraft: Broodwar", esport has expanded into a global phenomenon built around high-stakes video game play.