Tag: Bill Cosford Cinema

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Depiction of violence should be re-evaluated

Last weekend, the Cosford Cinema  showed “Looper.” I thoroughly enjoyed the sci-fi movie, and it raised many questions in my mind, specifically about violence and guns. I’m not going to give statistics, since proponents of both sides can find studies to back up their opinions. I am not proposing that violence and guns should be…

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Cosford Cinema offers old movie options

The Bill Cosford Cinema will transform on Thursday into a theater of the bizarre, featuring films with sex, violence, vice and the worst director of all time. University of Miami’s Norton Herrick Center for Motion Pictures Studies will draw from its large collection of rare exploitation films to host a discussion on exploitation cinema and…

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MLK Day of Service and Film The United Black Students will host a day of service commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the lower lounge of the University Center. On Tuesday at the Cosford Cinema, UBS will also present a documentary on Dr. King Jr. titled…

An all-American lineup at Cosford
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An all-American lineup at Cosford

A movie at Sunset Place will run you $10, and on the weekends parking is a flat rate of $6. For two hours of entertainment, why pay such high prices? The Cinematic Arts Commission, or CAC, brings free movies to campus every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Pair that with a walk from the dorms and you’ve got yourself an evening of free fun.

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Bill Cosford Cinema brings Milan opera to Miami

Interested in seeing an opera, but not sure where to start? From September 12th through December 20th, in collaboration with Emerging Pictures, the University of Miami’s School of Communications will bring the sweet songs and sights from Milan’s La Scala Theatre to the University of Miami’s Bill Cosford Cinema by means of eight opera broadcasts filmed in high-definition.

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University of Miami Knight Center for International Media brings attention to water scarcity for World Water Day

Like a drop of water to a pond, the University of Miami’s message on water preservation has rippled not only around campus, but also the world. The Knight Center for International Media at UM’s School of Communication has paired with the San Fransisco-based Independent Television Service (ITVS) to produce four films addressing the issue of water as a scarcity.

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