After a warm welcome at the Sundance Film Festival in January, "Our Idiot Brother" hit big screens across the country for the first time last Friday. But be warned, this is not your usual Paul Rudd comedy.
If you think cold weather will keep UNO students away from Student Night at Film Streams, think again.
I was a child during Disney's second golden age of animation, the late 1980s to mid-1990s. "The Little Mermaid," "Aladdin" and "The Lion King" were all repeatedly played until the VHS tape broke, but my favorite of all time, the one that led me to dress as the lead princess for four straight Halloweens, was "Beauty and the Beast."
"Like Crazy," directed by Drake Doremus, is a film about two college students, Anna and Jacob, who live in Los Angeles and eventually become a couple. Anna is a British exchange student who overstays her visa after it expires on graduation. She must return home to London, but when she flies back to Los Angeles, she is turned away by customs officials, throwing Anna and Jacob into a long distance relationship.
Nebraska Shakespeare and UNO professor D. Scott Glasser are teaming up to help bring films from Shakespeare's material to a wider audience.