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A step towards cultural diversity

The Oscars encourage cultural diversity one award at a time.

Netflix producing live action ‘Hello, Universe’ movie

Check out the details on Netflix's upcoming movie "Hello, Universe," produced by Forest Whitaker.

“F-rating” gets an “A” for approval

On March 7, the Internet Movie Data Base adopted a rating system based on female involvement in a film. The F-Rating is given to a...

Film enthusiasts: You better watch the credits

Column written by Bennett Lane If you’re not watching the credits, you’re not getting all of the movie experience. The Lord of the Rings trilogy is...

“Just Let Go” film to be shown in Rexburg, expands Mormon Message story

On Oct. 9, the film Just Let Go had a limited release, premiering in 450 theaters, telling the story of Chris Williams' journey of forgiveness...

Stop sharing spoilers on social media

Growing up, I went to a lot of midnight movie premieres. Dressing up in costumes and spending several hours enthusing over the latest Harry Potter...

Students create short films in 48 hours

Filming a movie can take years, but at BYU-Idaho, students have only 48 hours to create a short film. J.R. Timothy, a senior studying communication...

In the Spotlight:Yarrow’s Boy

Fighting, action, and suspense, what more could you ask for? On Wednesday July 10 was the Yarrow’s Boy movie premiere, which is a film full...

Kiwanis Teen Film Festival

The Kiwanis Film festival brings young filmmakers in junior and high schools across the Idaho state to compete in categories, of sports, comedy, thriller...

Movies: driving in to the digital era

On April 26, Rexburg’s drive-in movie theater, Teton Vu Drive-In, will reopen to the public. Teton Vu Drive-In and Paramount Five are currently operated by...

Hollywood theme chosen for festival

Students interested in the creative process of making films will have a chance to showcase their works at the BYU-Idaho Film Festival, which is...

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Footage shows The Cove apartment intruder was also at the Cedars

Police find footage of The Cove apartment intruder at the Cedars women's apartment complex the same morning.

Retired BYU-I professor passes away

Jacque Weekes, a retired BYU-Idaho professor, died on April 29.

Students find beauty and creativity in poetry

Poetry is a "dying art" that lives on through the passions of many students at the poetry workshop.

5 life lessons that can be learned from improv comedy

Comic Frenzy is all fun and games, but important life lessons can be learned from improv comedy.