Spanish Women’s History Explored At USF Film Fest

Nichole Rosanova Staff Writer On the last day of the USF Human Right’s Film Festival,  women’s…

Interstellar: This year’s out of this world film?

Nichole Rosanova Staff Writer ★★★☆☆ With Christopher Nolan’s knack for visual intensity and his notoriety for…

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Danielle Maingot Staff Writer The odds are far from Katniss Everdeen’s favor in the second installment…

“Nebraska”: A Successful Black and White Midwestern Film of 2013

Watching “Nebraska,” the new film from director Alexander Payne, is a bit like flying home to…

The Whimsical World of Wes Anderson

The trailer for Wes Anderson’s latest indie flick, “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” was released last week.…

Now Showing: ‘Room 237’

USF Professor Daniel Plotnick discusses his screening event of Rodney Ascher’s film     Documentarian and director…

Insidious: Chapter 2 Flops as a Horror Movie

Director James Wan and writer Leigh Whannell teamed up again to revisit the tale of the…

Lights, Camera, San Francisco!

Staff writer Madeleine Bonniot highlights some of the best movies filmed right here – do you…

10th Human Rights Film Festival Attracts Largest SF Audience

a wrap-up on last week's Human Rights Film Festival and why it's important at our school

Tenth Human Rights Film Festival This Week

Make sure to hit USF's own outstanding film festival this weekend.