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One of 24 films being shown at GUFF, “Extraordinary People” is an environmentally focused documentary about the Black Sea region people.

Second Annual GU Film Festival Kicks Off

The second annual Georgetown University Film Festival began in the Healey Family Student Center on Thursday with the Washington, D.C., premiere of the Sundance-awarded documentary “The Bad Kids.” GUFF will continue throughout the day, featuring a variety of short programs: “Paradigm Shift,” “Teenage Wasteland,” “Chamber of Reflection” and “In a[Read More…]

Documentary Shines Light on Struggle Within the Military

Steeped in tradition and boasting a history of national service, the United States Armed Forces are viewed as honorable and disciplined institutions, composed of hardworking, humble and idealistic men and women brave enough to make the ultimate sacrifice for their country. Military recruiting media on television and elsewhere entices young[Read More…]

by June 7, 2012 0 comments The Guide
Alums’ Sundance Winner Shatters the Stereotype of Sci-Fi

Alums’ Sundance Winner Shatters the Stereotype of Sci-Fi

Written and directed by Georgetown graduates Mike Cahill (COL ’01) and Britt Marling (COL ’05), Another Earth is a story of redemption and second chances that arrive with the discovery of another earth orbiting around ours. Dubbed “Earth 2,” the planet begins as a mysterious dot in the sky, to[Read More…]

by August 1, 2011 0 comments The Guide

Alumni Descend on Sundance

Bradley Cooper isn’t the only Georgetown graduate to have graced the red carpet at the Sundance Film Festival. Of the 16 films chosen this year, three feature the acting or production of former Georgetown students. “It’s a crazy little Georgetown festival we have going on here,” director Zal Batmanglij (COL[Read More…]

by January 28, 2011 0 comments City News, News