Saturday, September 23, 2017

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Charlize Theron poses for a photograph.
Women Remain Underrepresented in Hollywood
Nir Bergman (Photo: Yarden Tavori)
Visiting Israeli Filmmakers to Teach Screenwriting Class
Brett Pawlak (left) and Destin Daniel Cretton (
“The Glass Castle” Director Hails from SDSU
Justin Halpern (
Believing in Yourself
Over the past year, high-profile film festivals in the United States screened three times as many narrative films directed by men as by women. (Credit: SXSW Film Festival)
Unequal Screen Time
The Design and Technology Showcase will take place from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 9, in the Smith Recital Hall. (Photo: Brandon Means)
Artistry and Craftsmanship on Display
From left to right: Bruno Aschidamini, Brandon Leibel (’12) and Steven Ford (’12). (Credit: ABC)
Aztec Made: Sand Cloud
Dana Ivgy is a current visiting lecturer at SDSU where she teaches classes in both Theatre, Television and Film and Jewish Studies. (Photo: Ginger Shoulders)
Israeli Artists in Conversation
More than 200 students have started their entrepreneurial journey at SDSU’s Zahn Innovation Platform Launchpad.
On the Right Track
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