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Eagle writers Thais and Audrey interview directors Nuria Frigola Torrent and Christopher Kahunahana about their feature films showcased at the Native Cinema Showcase, hosted by the Museum of the American Indian. Check out the review for Kahunahana's film, "Waikiki" here. Read The Eagle's review of three other featured films at the Native Cinema Showcase here.
In this episode, Tristan, Olivia, and Spenser are joined by Food and Fitness editor Sara Winick and Sports staff reporter Liah Argiropoulos to talk about their favorite Pixar films. Brace yourself for a lot of bad character impressions and tangential conversations.
In this episode, Tristan, Olivia and Spenser discuss the value of the cinematic Blockbuster and the importance of visiting your local Dave & Busters. And don’t worry, Spenser finally got his shot at hosting.
Ep. 9: The podcast gang is joined by The Eagle's investigative editor, Dan Papscun, to talk about "Dune (2021)," Villeneuve's other films and the realm of sci-fi cinema. They collectively question how to pronounce the word "oeuvre," and Olivia and Spenser work together to do a flawless Darth Vader impression.
Ep. 8: Tristan, Spenser, and Olivia dress up and get honest about their favorite Halloween movies. Tristan becomes enlightened about this truly American experience. And for this very spooky episode, they even filmed themselves!
Ep. 7: Silver Screen editor Tristan Au and Life staff members Olivia Kozlevcar and Spenser Hoover discuss the highs and lows of movie musicals. Spenser shows up woefully unprepared and, as expected, chaos ensues.
Ep. 6: Silver Screen editor Tristan Au, Life staff members Olivia Kozlevcar and Spenser Hoover, and Eagle contributor Siena Maxwell discuss the rationale and relevancy of Coen Brothers films. Due to the presence of an actual film connoisseur, they are forced to discuss real things such as auteur and cinematography.
Silver Screen editor Tristan Au and Life staff members Olivia Kozlevcar and Spenser Hoover discuss all of the movies that make them cry. Tristan tears up, and there's a lot more singing this episode than is usually featured on the podcast. Stay tuned for Spenser's Celine Dion impression and Tristan pretending he's Ewan McGregor.
Ep. 4: Silver Screen editor Tristan Au and Life staff members Olivia Kozlevcar and Spenser Hoover discuss their favorite documentaries and documentary genres. They also bond over Guy Fieri and the dangers of spicy noodles.
Ep. 3: Silver Screen editor Tristan Au and Life staff members Olivia Kozlevcar and Spenser Hoover discuss speculations about the new Cinderella, as well as famed filmmaker Wes Anderson. They also challenge the integrity of Amazon films.
Silver Screen editor Tristan Au and Life staff members Olivia Kozlevcar and Spenser Hoover are joined by Life Managing Editor Isabella Goodman to discuss the new release Candyman, as well as their thoughts on the best and worst executions of CGI. Tristan apologizes in advance to those named Renesmee.
District of Cinema is The Eagle's podcast for the Silver Screen section where coverage on new releases, silliness and genuine commentary about film thrives.
For anyone who questioned if dance could operate in the virtual setting, “DANCEWORKS 2021” gave its emphatic answer: Absolutely. Energetic, emotional and downright mesmerizing, the American University Dance Program has overcome the virtual setting with its ingenious adaptations to an online space.
On Feb. 12, a quarter of the world ushered in the Year of the Ox and began celebrating the Lunar New Year, a 15-day period of ringing in the restart of the Lunar calendar.