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The Cultured Wolverine | Season 2: Episode 1 | Golden Globes

January 19, 2023

Reading Time: < 1 minute Welcome back to the Cultured Wolverine, the podcast for all things arts and culture at Utah Valley University! This last week, Hollywood had their Golden Globes ceremony, a long-standing tradition celebrating accomplishments in film and TV. However, after backlash from the previous year, there are a lot of controversies surrounding the broadcast. Tune in to […]

UVU Outdoor Adventure Center features ‘Meru’

November 18, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes [et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ admin_label=”section” _builder_version=”3.0.47″][et_pb_row admin_label=”row” _builder_version=”3.0.48″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text” _builder_version=”3.0.74″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat”] The Outdoor Adventure Center held a showing of the next film in their outdoor film series at Center Stage on November 14th. “Meru”, this month’s choice, is a film about three men who defy all physical boundaries. […]

UVU Reflection Center presents: “A Better Life”

September 15, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes Chris Johnson, the author and filmmaker presented his movie “A Better Life – An Exploration of Joy and Meaning in a World Without God” to the students of UVU on Sept. 5. Held at the UVU Reflection Center, the event showcased Chris Johnson’s new series Faith & Film. The focus of the film was to […]

Humans of UVU: John Ross Boyce

November 3, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Between cleaning floors and windows, UVU Custodian John Boyce Ross creates. This auto didactic artist expresses himself through different mediums which include: writing music, playing guitar, film and drawing. Boyce has been interested in art ever since he was a child and has continued to grow his collection of artistic talent throughout his life. Texas-born […]

Certain Women

November 3, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Writer-director Kelly Reichardt‘s Certain Women is slow-moving realistic anti-blockbuster, sometimes to the point of ruthlessness. For the patient viewer, however, adapting to its glacial pace makes for a provocative, reflective time at the movies. From their earliest days as simple recordings of variety show acts, films were never meant to be any one thing. In […]

Kubo and the Two Strings

October 11, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes I want to be that voice that assures, if you haven’t seen Kubo and the Two Strings yet, it should be the next thing you do after reading this review. The film is set in a small ancient Japanese village. A boy in that town named Kubo lives with his mother in a cave outside […]

Don’t Breathe

October 6, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Three seasoned burglars attempt to rob a blind man of $300,000 he received as a settlement for the death of his daughter. Once inside, they realize the old man is hiding more than just his money. The genre of the movie says “horror,” but the only thing horror in it were the thinly-written teens. The […]