Body and Soul incorporates the five senses within a new piece of art, music, film or experience; showcasing what staff find meaningful. Life and Arts Assistant Addison Whiten shares her experience spending a day at Disneyland with her family.
After missing a typical summer film season in 2020, studios and audiences alike looked forward to this summer’s lineup of new releases. With a variety of films premiering to varying degrees of success, this summer signified the return of the in-person theater experience.
Walt Disney’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” came out in October 1993 and still has one of the most creative plots of any holiday film today. Jack Skellington and Sally have the greatest love story of the afterlife.
Looking for a film that will instantly make you smile? Look no further than the tear-jerker that is “The One and Only Ivan.”
Strong female characters empower little girls, but there still aren’t enough of them.
The Walt Disney Company’s longtime CEO gives advice on leading with integrity in a world that is anything but a fantasyland.
The dark fairy, Maleficent, returns to the screen when a rivalry forms with a human kingdom.
The brothers talk about their reunion and even mention a new documentary!
“The Florida Project” is a beautiful film worthy of any and all nominations.
Art by Sybil Zhang Disney’s live action “Beauty and the Beast” opened March 17 and reignited the debate about remakes. As unpopular as this stance may be, I unabashedly love remakes because they bring new life and perspective to old classics. I’m the type of person who will watch the same movie over and over […]