A favorite happening of campus history past returns in the present as “Cyberfest 20th Anniversary” tonight, Monday, March 13, 2017, at the UI National Center for Supercomputing Applications in Urbana, Illinois.
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The start of Year 8 must have been so hype that we neglected the annual address. We also slipped the next four years. Time to plug holes as we slog towards Year 12! First, we fall back on an Octopus reprint from 2000.
“Let them fight!” We get that exclaiming in anticipation of movie titans clashing is currently hip, but we’d rather step back and think a bit about conflict and resolution when it comes to favored pop culture.
Transition time between calendar years is always a good time to break out the oddball topics on C-U Blogfidential. So, did you ever hear the one about the Danville stunt car team from the Seventies and their movie?
CUBlog correspondent Robin Christian reports on how film production experience can always be augmented by professional advice given at the American Film Market in Santa Monica, CA.
Are old buildings and community centerpieces your bag? Then you might consider either or both of these events at the Lincoln Square Theatre in Decatur and McLean County Museum of History in Bloomington!
A new publication on the life and times of Quentin Tarantino incorporates a pinch of local flavor. Find out whose words made it into Andrew Raush’s latest release with a click of the link, MacDuff!
The city of Monticello, Illinois, has announced an outdoor movie screening series and will kick it off at dusk on June 10, 2016, with the local production MY DOG THE SPACE TRAVELER!
Provision Elevator Advertising and the Orpheum Children’s Science Museum have teamed to present an all-ages summertime event for the community, “Champaign Cinema under the Stars,” launching tonight!
In this edition of C-U Blogfidential’s all-purpose column, “The C-U Film Leader,” we talk about celebrity sightings to come, single-screen venues to preserve, and miscellany du C-U for all to behold!
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: Two titans of cinematography, gone. Three footnotes in Champaign-Urbana film history, remembered. Four rare archival photos, presented in full FLESH AND BLOOD.
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: On Tuesday, November 17, 2015, all the C-U consumers of CONSUMED will gather at the Art Theater Co-op to get a first look at this locally shot, out-of-town indie. Will you be one of them?
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: Heroic Age Studios of Mt. Zion, IL, celebrates “The Art of Fear” with activities all day on Saturday, October 10, 2015, at their Heroic Age Art Center.
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: Let’s take a whirlwind tour of Bloomington-Normal, Illinois, on film … even though it took trips the world over for various filmmakers to depict the BloNo home front!