AU Cinema Series will host discussion with noted author Steve Ryfle

By Tyler McNeely |
Contributor

The Cinema Series at Augusta University will host a discussion with author Steve Ryfle on collaborations between Japanese directors Akira Kurosawa and Ishiro Honda before a screening of Kurosawa’s “Dreams” at 6:30 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 22, at the Maxwell Theatre. Continue reading “AU Cinema Series will host discussion with noted author Steve Ryfle”

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The Cinema Series will screen Sean Baker’s, ‘The Florida Project,’ at the Maxwell Theatre

By Madison Brown|
Online/Design Editor

The Cinema Series at Augusta University will have two separate screenings of the independent film, ‘The Florida Project,’ in the Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre on Thursday, Jan. 18. Continue reading “The Cinema Series will screen Sean Baker’s, ‘The Florida Project,’ at the Maxwell Theatre”

 Cinema Series serves as a ‘big win’ for those who come 

The Cinema Series logo shines through a foggy window during the screening of ‘Columbus’ on Tuesday, Oct. 10 at the Maxwell Theatre. (Photo: Zhenya Townley)

By Zhenya Townley | Online + Design editor

Every August and December, communication professor Matthew Buzzell finds himself in New York City. His mission is to find films to bring back to Augusta University to show at the Cinema Series during the semester. Buzzell watches three films a day for five days. Continue reading ” Cinema Series serves as a ‘big win’ for those who come “

Professor Buzzell expresses excitement for Eiga Fest

By Jamie Sapp | Editor-in-Chief

Spring break may be over, but the spring film festival of the Cinema Series at Augusta University is just beginning.

The Cinema Series is hosting the Eiga Fest in the Maxwell Theatre on Saturday, April 15, to celebrate Japanese cinema and culture. Continue reading “Professor Buzzell expresses excitement for Eiga Fest”

Homo Sapiens: “A meticulous, meditated film”

By Sequoia Sinclair | Staff Writer

“Homo Sapiens” is a very meticulous, meditated film composed by director Nikolaus Geyrhalter. This non-conventional piece of work exposes its viewers through a series of desolate human-made structure where nature occupies its vacancy.

We are encouraged to create our own narrative – void of narration or music. Continue reading “Homo Sapiens: “A meticulous, meditated film””