Resources for Your Next Multimedia Project

Note from the Editor: This article was co-written by Frances Divinagracia and Gillian Monty, although we are currently unable to display multiple authors’ names due to technical difficulties. Artists and creatives: are you seeking to diversify your creative expression? Are you looking collaborate with other artists and explore new mediums? Getting feedback for a variety […]

Critic’s Corner: Only the Brave

Amongst the Halloween horror films coming out this month, the biographical drama “Only the Brave” details a real-life tragedy of losing everything to the wrath of Mother Nature. “Only the Brave” tells the story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, a group of elite firefighters who lost their lives in the Yarnell Hill Fire in Arizona. […]

Critics Corner: Audrie & Daisy

“Audrie & Daisy” is a bold documentary that explores the cases of two girls who were sexually assaulted by young men. This film is an important tool directors Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk used to educate the nation about sexual assault, a prevalent issue in our society today. PHOTO COURTESY OF SUNDANCE INSTITUTE Daisy Coleman […]

SSAFF Brings Light to Social Issues

The Seattle South Asian Film Festival returns for its 11th year this Friday at the Seattle Art Museum, and with 45 films over the span of 11 days, it is the largest South Asian film festival in the country. This year’s focus will be on Bangladeshi films and subjects, but will also feature films from […]

Seattle Latino Film Festival Comes to Seattle U

The Seattle Latino Film Festival took place all through last week, with screenings at venues like the Northwest Film Forum, the Rainer Art Center and our very own Seattle University. The festival came to our campus on Tuesday, beginning in Xavier Global House, and later moving to Bannan Auditorium for the main screening. The film […]

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