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‘Finding Dory’ Director and Producer Discuss Upcoming Film

Dory the fish is pictured
Alejandro Zizumbo April 27, 2016

Director Andrew Stanton and Producer Lindsay Collins gave The Sundial and other college papers an exclusive interview to discuss details for the upcoming "Finding Dory."Thirteen years after the 2003 premiere...

CTVA program encourages diversity in the film industry

The 87th Academy Award nominee class during the luncheon at the Beverly Hills Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Monday, Feb. 2, 2015. (Al Seib/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
Contributor February 1, 2016

In hopes of bringing a change to the entertainment industry, CSUN's cinema and television arts department strives to bring diversity into their classrooms. “It hurts to see the lack of minorities...

Copycat mentality cause reboots in film and television industry to rise

Set-top box rentals generate about $19.5 billion a year for cable and satellite TV companies. But the boxes may face new federal regulations designed to break TV providers' hold on the devices. (Photo courtesy Fotolia/TNS)
Jasmin Robinson December 7, 2015

Your mind's not playing tricks on you. That show you used to stay up late for to watch prior to the invention of DVR, and that movie you use to play until your VCR overheated, and those quirky lines you...

Weekly Events: Why are there Christmas sales already?

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Anthony Walton October 21, 2015

October is almost over. How does time fly so quickly when class is in session? For better or worse this means that the spookiness of the month is intensifying. However, Thanksgiving, eggnog and presents...

“Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter” fantasizes reality

Antione Bowman April 26, 2015

Antione Bowman / Staff Writer When we meet Kumiko (Rinko Kikuchi), the heroine in David and Nathan Zellner’s new film “Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter,” she is a conspicuously single woman with...

The second trailer for “The Force Awakens” has arrived

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Ryan Mancini April 16, 2015

Ryan Mancini / Assistant News Editor Follow @ManciniRA // Director J.J. Abrams and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy presented the new teaser for the upcoming "Star Wars" sequel, "The Force...

An “Inside Out” look at Pixar animation

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Lauren Rife April 16, 2015

Follow @Lauren_Rife // Pixar animator, Albert Lozano, gave CSUN students a glimpse into the world of computer animation and the creation of Pixar's latest film, "Inside Out" on campus Wednesday and...

Magical and magnificent remake of “Cinderella”

Courtesy of Disney Pictures
Lauren Rife March 12, 2015

Lauren Rife / Staff writer @Lauren_Rife Walt Disney's new live-action retelling of the animated classic, "Cinderella," is even more magical than the original. The film tells the story of Ella,...

The DUFF: YA Novel to Teen Classic Comedy

The DUFF: YA Novel to Teen Classic Comedy
Dena White February 24, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWyiOOFrGoI They say that there are no original stories left out there, but Hollywood has struck gold recently, when mining the Young Adult novel category for movies....

The Set Show: The Fantastic Five

Conner and Ernesto on The SET Show
Daniel Shin February 6, 2015

The Sundial is proud to bring you episode five of The Set Show. This week, hosts Ernesto Casillas and Conner Faulk welcome the voice and commentator for CSUN Basketball Ghizal Hasan, Conner's Top 5 NFL...

Prep for Valentine’s Day on Netflix

Prep for Valentine's Day on Netflix
Madeline Sensibile February 5, 2015

Valentine’s Day is near, and whether you’re single or not, you can’t deny that you love a good romantic movie. Tearjerking, hilarious or just a downright classic, here are four movies you need to...

The rise of the book-to-movie trends

300 dpi Jeff Durham illustration of a child sitting in bed reading a tablet under a starry sky. (Bay Area News Group/MCT)
Adriana Celis February 5, 2015

Lately, an all-too-common trend has become hard to ignore. We go to the movie theater and browse through what seems to be the same old drab list of been there, done that films. One form or another we’ve...

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