Asian and Asian American students find representation in Marvel’s ‘Shang-Chi’

Asian and Asian American students at BYU responded to the release of Marvel's “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” and how it could possibly make very important strides in how Asians are portrayed in films and pop culture in America.

Sundance Film Festival to require vaccinations and masks

The next Sundance Film Festival will be requiring all its guests wear masks and be vaccinated two weeks before the event.

‘Once I Was Engaged’ features college student’s journey to marriage

''Once I Was Engaged'' comes to theaters July 21, featuring the story of a young woman learning how to handle life's detours when her plans to serve an LDS mission change after meeting the man of her dreams.

What is “family friendly” media and where is it going?

In this podcast, Universe Contributor Matt Fales speaks with a number of writers and experts about what family-friendly media is and what its future...

Sundance Film Festival goes virtual with nationwide screenings

Sundance Film Festival 2021 is being pulled off during the global pandemic by going virtual and re-locating in-person viewings to arthouse theaters across the country.

BYU professors produce first Congolese-American film

BYU Professors produce groundbreaking feature film with Congolese director in the movie "Heart of Africa."
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