Stony Brook University has teamed up with Christine Vachon, American film producer of close to 80 films, including the award-winning independent romantic drama “Boys Don’t Cry,” to create a new graduate film program.
Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. as the lights dimmed at the Staller Center for the Arts, the University Orchestra’s conductor Susan Deaver led the group in the Music From Around the World performance that would soon captivate their audience.
As another semester at Stony Brook comes to a close, the students of SBU can go home for winter break knowing they saw some high quality entertainment courtesy of RockYoFaceCase, SBU’s premiere concert organizer.
Margaret Schedel, a cellist, professor at Stony Brook University and composer in the audio and visual world of music has performed internationally and throughout the United States. Schedel specializes in the creation and performance of interactive media and works to compose music through an electronic medium.
“Carrie” is an almost scene-by-scene remake of Brian De Palma’s 1976 classic. De Palma’s “Carrie” is a horror masterpiece that still holds strong today, with two great lead performances and a scary final act. While the “Carrie” remake has a lot of talent, it fails to live up to the original film and to reach the level of a good movie.
The crowd hollers and claps as his band huddles in preparation for the first performance of the night at the 2013 Seawolves Showcase. He asks the audience to come up in front of the stage, then his band begins playing the melody for “Nighttime” from his album called “The Chase.”
What constitutes Latino film? Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and even Monaco: these countries were represented last Saturday at the New Latino Cinema mini film festival in the Wang Center Theatre.
The Stony Brook University music department has seen a wide range of big names come in as their artists in residence since its beginning. World renowned soloist musicians such as celebrated flutist Carol Wincenc and widely recognized instrumental ensembles have been placed as head faculty members, giving students the ability to work side by side with great and experienced masters.
Every week new movies are released for the public to view. Most weeks there is one big release, but sometimes Hollywood will release multiple big-named movies competing for your attention. Sometimes it can be hard to decide what film is worth your time, so let us do that for you!