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Middle Tennessee State University held its 20th Annual Student Film Festival last Tuesday and Wednesday at the Keathley University Center.  Of the 25 films submitted to the festival, only eight won official awards at the ceremony last Thursday.  From the giddy and comical humor in “Orange Juice,” directed by James Roberson, to the dark and …

Story by Peyton Tranas / Core Writer Photos by Pitchfork From Disney Channel star to mega-pop sensation, Demi Lovato has gone through more than the average young star. Having openly dealt with addiction for years, Lovato is ready to finally come completely clean and tell her story.  Lovato has premiered a four episode documentary on …

Story by Kaitlyn Lankford and Chris Moreland Early in “Coming 2 America,” the sequel to the 1988 hit that made Eddie Murphy a star, Middle Tennessee State University is mentioned twice, and its name is seen on a digital billboard outside of Madison Square Garden. How did this happen? A good guess would be that …

Story by Peyton Tranas / Core Writer Photos by CNN, Syfy Wire, Indie Wire. As the series finale of “WandaVision” continues to draw praise, it’s evident that Marvel has proven what was once thought impossible for the television industry: that even during a global pandemic, they can superbly execute a release on streaming services and …

Story by Peyton Tranas / Contributing Writer Photos by New York Times, The Fire Wire. At the 2020 Grammy Awards, Billie Eilish made history by being the youngest, the first female artist and the second person ever to win all “Big Four” categories in the same year. The only other person who has achieved this …

Story by Ethan Pickering / Contributing Writer Photos by Indie Wire, Variety After its premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September, the critically acclaimed drama “Nomadland” was released on Hulu and a few theatres on Friday. How did it hold up in this modern age of movies being sent almost straight to streaming platforms? …