The start of Year 10 must have been so zen that we neglected the annual address. Therefore, we’re posting plug-and-play content as we count down and lead up to Year 12! This time, we posit media creation for all.
Archive for the 'Alums Done Good' Category
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!
Colleagues are paying tribute this weekend to New Orleans, LA, resident Trevor Alan Taylor, a multimedia artist and promoter as well as former Champaign resident, who passed away this summer at age 34.
The latest from Predestined Arts & Entertainment of Springfield, BEFORE ‘I DO,’ will premiere at that city’s Hoogland Center for the Arts tonight, April 30, 2016. Director Kimberly D. Conner helps us preview the show!
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!
In this edition of C-U Blogfidential’s all-purpose column, “The C-U Film Leader,” we talk about the brand-new Art Co-op memberships, several things Ebert/fest, and the Damian Duffy Hates Everything podcast!
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: The Dark History Con of Champaign welcomes veteran dark artist Hart D. Fisher and his infamous locally-filmed opus, THE GARBAGE MAN, back to town.
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!
The largest rock music gathering ever in central Illinois is chronicled in INCIDENT AT KICKAPOO CREEK, the long-in-the-works film by R.C. Raycraft of Raycraft Productions International.
In our continuing quest to educate you on the video unknown, we tell you a bit about Champaign native and Los Angeles independent filmmaker Samuel M. Oldham.
We challenge you, dearest arts supporters, to jump right on in and help out these efforts. We would not have Champaign-Urbana film culture without ’em!
Fool your friends! Fluster your fellow film fans! Flock to Chicago’s The Elbo Room for a fantastic fundraiser to benefit Juan Francisco Moctezuma’s newest horror freak-out, DEMONOID (1970)!
EXTRA! Interview with the series creator of RE-ELECTION.
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: We’re never ones to let good material go wasted … even if we’re a few years late! Here’s a 2004 flashback of former UIUC students, including Illini Film & Video alum Paul Karpenko, making ASSASSINS.