Day Two recap of all the Culture Shock fun you might have missed!
If you missed the fun of Friday night’s Culture Shock, we’re sorry to hear! But here’s a recap* from The Beat.
By Terence Brosnan After having two years of structured creative assignments, from the no-dialogue freshmen films to the rigid sophomore year classes, the junior conservatory filmmakers are on their own [Read More…]
by Terence Brosnan Recent Purchase College alumnus Max Bayarsky showed his senior thesis film Eyeing (though officially nameless, with a drawing being the film’s true name) at the Performing Arts [Read More…]
By Kerby Marcelin Michael has two women battling to be his mother. Natella, the self-centered, silk-stockinged wife of Governor Abashvili (Brian Joél Sanchez), birthed but abandoned him. Grusha, a bonny [Read More…]
By Terence Brosnan Branden Palacios, sophomore cinema studies major, has an idea that many other students have had but never had any luck materializing: a film production club on campus.
By Terence Brosnan Hip Hop Club, with the help of Purchase’s new multicultural center, kicked off their hip-hop series with a screening of Ernest Dickerson’s 1992 film “Juice” last Tuesday, [Read More…]