Saturday, March 25, 2017

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Paulo Diwa said changing his major to television, film and new media was the most life-changing experience while at SDSU. (Photo: Jenna Castillo)
Paulo Diwa’s Aztec Experience
In 2014, Dana Ivgy (center) won the Ophir Award, also known as the Israeli Oscar. (Photo: Ginger Shoulders)
Collaborative Creativity
The Film Society meets at 1 p.m. on Thursdays in Room 63 in the Media Center of the Love Library.
Student Organization Spotlight: Film Society
Actresses Katie Holmes (left) and Dianne Wiest at the National Memorial Day Concert in Washington, D.C.
Leading Actresses in Hollywood
"The Matsuyama Mirror" runs from Friday, Feb. 17 through Sunday, Feb. 26 at SDSU’s Experimental Theatre. (Photo: Ken Jacques)
The Matsuyama Mirror
Mary Cale A. Wilson, Betrayal at Ebenezer, 2016; HD video (film still); Courtesy of the artist
Arts Alive SDSU Announces Spring Signature Events
Jacob Brent starred in the 2016 production of "The Drowsy Chaperone." (Credit: SDSU School of Theatre, Television and Film)
School of Theatre, Television, and Film Receives Nominations
SDSU Director of Athletic Bands Bryan Ransom poses in front of NRG Stadium prior to Super Bowl LI. (Credit: Bryan Ransom)
SDSU Faculty Contribute Talents to Super Bowl LI
In 2016, just seven percent of the top 250 domestic grossing films were directed by women. (Photo: Tallgrass Pictures)
Gender Inequality in Hollywood
Brandon Leibel graduated from SDSU in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in television, film and new media. (Credit: Sand Cloud)
Ask An Aztec: Brandon Leibel
Under Matt Hoffman
Matt Hoffman’s Aztec Experience
Charles Murdock Lucas has had an extensive and successful career in design and technical theatre. (Photo: Jati Lindsay/OPERA America)
New Professor Looks to Give Back to Students