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Oscar shorts as diverse as full-length features
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Oscar shorts as diverse as full-length features

Oscar season is almost here. Full-length films will be the most prominent and popular topics of discussion, of course, but what about those enigmatic shorts? Fortunately for those who want to know the plot behind the titles, Cosford Cinema will be playing all 15 of the 2015 Oscar-nominated short films from all three categories of…

Cosford Cinema spring lineup features classics, contemporaries
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Cosford Cinema spring lineup features classics, contemporaries

If you’re looking for more movies, the Cosford Cinema is the place to get your fix. The university’s Cinematic Arts Commission (CAC) announced its movie lineup for the spring semester on Jan. 12. Showings begin this week at the Cosford Cinema with “Gone Girl,” the popular thriller starring Ben Affleck, based on the book by Gillian…

Cosford Cinema upgrades to 3D technology
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Cosford Cinema upgrades to 3D technology

The Cosford Cinema unveiled new 3D technology that is now available on the campus theater. A special kickoff took place prior to the showcase of “The Lego Movie” where faculty members Patricia Whitely and Paul Driscoll cut a ribbon celebrating the inauguration of the new upgrade. After the release of “The Lego Movie,” Robert Pinney, chair…

Sundance shorts shine at Cosford
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Sundance shorts shine at Cosford

Girl meets boy. Girl falls in love with boy. Boy murders girl. Welcome to the Sundance Short Film Tour. This past weekend, the Bill Cosford Cinema showed a variety of live action short films from the Sundance Film Festival, ranging from five-minute snapshots to nearly 20-minute miniature sagas. The Sundance Festival is renowned worldwide as the launch…

Photo Brief- Rocky Horror Picture Show
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Photo Brief- Rocky Horror Picture Show

Cinematic Arts Commission, Quantum, and Hurricane Productions hosted the Rocky Horror Picture Show this past weekend at the Cosford Cinema. The packed theater was treated to a pre show with audience involvement and a shadow cast that performed during the showing. Rachel Korotkin // Contributing Photographer Students dressed up in corsets and stockings for Friday's...
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News briefs – 9/20

Newsbreak UMTV began its newest program, NewsBreak, on Monday. Each day during NewsBreak, a different host provides 90-second updates on the latest on-campus news. This week, the hosts covered the Univision events live from outside of the BankUnited Center. When they are not live at the scene, reporters will be streaming from the School of…

“The Cremaster Cycle” to play at Cosford Cinema
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“The Cremaster Cycle” to play at Cosford Cinema

“The Cremaster Cycle” has been described as repulsive, beautiful, creative, inspiring, moving, brutal and sexual. Without any tangible meaning or chronological narrative, it aims to be an astonishing display of artistic creativity and a “metaphor for the creative process itself,” according to Wendy Lidell of the International Film Circuit and the film’s distributer. Directed and…

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News Briefs 2/9

Cold War Lecture Ines Triay, the former assistant secretary for the Office of Environmental Management in the U.S. Department of Energy under President Obama, will speak on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. The event, called “The Environmental Legacy of the Cold War,” will be in the Knight Physics Building’s Wilder Auditorium, Room 112.  An alumna of…

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News Briefs 1/30

Housing Opt-In All current student residents planning to live on campus next year can opt in through myUM until Feb. 10. Residents can  indicate if they would like suite-style dorm rooms or University Village apartments. Career Expo Hundreds of recruiters from various businesses and organizations will be on-site at the Spring Career Expo on Wednesday….

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Alfred Hitchcock’s horrors: Take a look at his timeless thrillers

Alfred Hitchcock’s thrillers are known to keep audiences on the edge of their seats. The University of Miami will host Marnie Re-visited, an event that features a screening of “Marnie” and a discussion featuring celebrated Hitchcock experts, Murray Pomerance and William Rothman. The two scholars have studied Hitchcock’s work intensively. Pomerance is an author of…

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