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Department of Film
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of his newly released memoir will benefit the UNLV Debbie Reynolds Performing Arts Scholarship.
Brenna Spector wins 2018 Student Service Award for her work providing insight into the experiences and dreams of people with disabilities.
Awards recognize those on campus who demonstrate a commitment to community partnership
UNLV experts lead discussions during annual Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival Jan. 13-28
When The Killers wanted to film a video in their hometown this year, they called UNLV grads Chuck Akin and Wes Hirni to guide their way.
UNLV alumnus Tony Canepa turns his illustration skills toward UNLV's history.
A rock musician, historian, and director finds four spots in the recent past where Beethoven's Ninth Symphony had a profound connection with current events.
What do a heist thriller, the evolving human diet, water quality, consumer behavior, literature, and Mars have in common? All were the foundation of research awards UNLV faculty gar-nered this year.
UNLV's oldest graduate finishes his degree after nearly seven decades.
This spring 2017 project is a collaboration between the School of Music, the departments of film and art, and Australian master marimba builder James Bailey.
Francisco Menendez and Alyssa Crittenden have been recognized for their efforts, which extend beyond the bounds of our campus.
The film department's holdings from the reclusive filmmaker and industrialist offer insights into an original Academy Award nominee for Best Picture.
Carol Channing and the late Debbie Reynolds to receive the Koep Dean's Medal. George Grove to be recognized as Alumnus of the Year.
New College of Fine Arts dean says the creative work of faculty members can inspire students and help UNLV find its way into the Top Tier.
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Film In The News
The 4th annual Nevada Women’s Film Festival (NWFFest) will be held March 22–25 at the Eclipse Theaters at 814 S. Third Street in downtown Las Vegas.
JJ Brennan started his bachelor’s degree when Harry Truman was president and “Hopalong Cassidy” was a popular TV series.
An 85-year-old man is among the UNLV students who will be graduating Saturday.
A woman from the suburbs of Las Vegas crosses paths with a young prostitute. That’s the basic plot of a new movie, "The Track," directed by Brett Levner.
A legacy of Las Vegas founding father Howard Hughes will flicker back to life Monday at UNLV.