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Cliched adaptation of ‘The Giver’ fails to impress

Cliched adaptation of 'The Giver' fails to impress

By Balbina Yang, Advertising Manager

September 30, 2014

Some people dislike watching black and white movies. Although The Giver isn’t completely black and white, it feels suffocating and comes off as mediocre, just as other blockbuster gray-scale films tend to be. Upon reading the book, the first question that pops up is what life would be like without ...

MCPS student film fest

By Dana Youngentob Public Relations

March 2, 2011

The Movies at Montgomery Mall will host the MCPS Student Film Festival March 31, coordinated by senior Laura Butvinik and junior Nina Katz. The festival will show videos that high school students submitted to Butvinik and Katz. The festival costs $5 for the whole day, and, during the festival, which...

Students win scholastic Gold Key awards

By Nina Mohebbi Online Photo Editor

May 28, 2010

Congratulations to senior Kelly Foster for submitting her digital film, “The Interpretation of Dreams” to the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers and for winning the Gold Key award. The Alliance for Young Artists and Writers is one of the oldest and most esteemed recognition programs in the U.S....

Student Awards

By By Luke Frentsos Sports Photo Editor

May 28, 2010

Congratulations to junior Laura Butvinik for winning an award for Best Documentary at the Toronto Student Film Festival. Butvinik placed first out of 26 finalists, and her film was screened in Toronto on April 24. She is currently looking for a college in which she can double major in film production...

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