Based on the true story of Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife Heather Turner, “Indivisible” follows the Turners after Darren’s deployment to Iraq in 2007 and the fallout of his time abroad.
In fact, a story about a young boy’s journey through conversion therapy, it’s rightfully and painfully somber.
Documentaries have a two-fold function — to provide information and to keep their audiences engaged. Abby Epstein’s “Weed the People” fulfills both of these requirements.
“Killer Kate” explores the insecurities that come with changes in technology.
The German Studies program hosted a screening of “SMS für Dich.”
Jonah Hill’s directorial debut is a subtle, powerful coming-of-age tale.
The Q&A session was held at SCA’s Michelle & Kevin Douglas IMAX Theatre.
Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling reunite to tell the story of astronaut Neil Armstrong.
Simran Jehani was tired of explaining her religion to other people, so she made a movie about it.
Instead of spelled-out plot points, this film offers something deeper.