The Guilfordian

Cinema shifts

McKinley Keener, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018

Sooner or later, everything changes. Evolving and adapting will always be necessary to survive. For instance, movie theaters have changed since the first permanent cinema, also known as the “moving picture” house, established in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania in 1905. Back then, movie theaters were a...

“Dear White People” discusses racial divide

Nakiya Parker, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018

“Dear White People” is a 2014 comedic drama, co-produced, directed and written by Justin Simien. Simien is an author and filmmaker who received critical acclaim for the film at its release. According to Samantha White, the film’s protagonist, there are three types of ways for black people to...

Top films to catch from over winter break

Top films to catch from over winter break

McKinley Keener, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018

Right around the holidays is also right around the peak of movie theater popularity. During this time, families get nostalgic, students get bored and new movie releases get better. Winter break is the perfect time to get out of the house and out of the cold by spending two hours watching someone els...

Please turn off all electronic devices during the screening of: The Guilford Film Society

Please turn off all electronic devices during the screening of: The Guilford Film Society

Justyn Melrose, Staff Writer

October 26, 2012

Sitting in your room alone, in the dark, watching “The Notebook” may sound like a great way to spend a Wednesday afternoon, but Guilford College has a better alternative for film lovers: The Guilford Film Society. “Everybody watches movies and everyone enjoys (film) on a different level …...