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2018 Oscar Predictions: Best Actress in a Leading Role

Of late, the Academy Awards have seen a much tighter race in the women’s acting categories than in the men’s, and for good reason. Not only were women at the center of Hollywood this year, but they delivered, as they usually do, some of the most memorable performances of the year. And the nominees for this year’s Oscars are just a sample of all

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Oscars 2018: a look back at nine of our favourite Oscar speeches

Awards season has already kicked off with the announcement of the nominees for the Gotham Awards – the annual ceremony celebrating a given year’s best independent efforts. And as this marks the beginning of awards’ season, let’s look back to nine of our favourite Oscar speeches. From laughs to tears to historic wins, these are some of our favourites!  

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AUB’s second annual short film festival: the good, the great, and the ugly

On Tuesday, the 11th of April, 2017, AUB’s Media Student Society hosted its short film festival for the second year in a row to a packed auditorium of film lovers at the American University of Beirut (AUB). Headed by Mona Jouni, a Media-Comm and English Literature senior, alongside her cabinet members, the event — which was a culmination of weeks

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Long-awaited Digimon sequel “Tri” off to a solid start

Last year, Digimon creator Akiyoshi Hongo announced plans to celebrate the 15 year anniversary of his beloved action-adventure anime series. These plans included a PSP game based on the first series (that is actually quite good, if I may say so myself) and, the main event, a continuation to the first two series in the form of six films, each of

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Life As Told By Film: a picture gallery of your lives as told by your favourite films (First Edition)

Hey Everyone! So, if you haven’t noticed by now, I’m a huge fan of the film industry. I love movies, and I think most people do. In a way, it’s a universal language, one that binds us all together, no matter where we are in the world, or where we come from. So, I want to show people’s lives, as told

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