Minimalists Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus are back with a new documentary called “The Minimalists: Less is Now,” which explores their passionate reason for their change in lifestyle. However, some may feel that this documentary might be less life-changing and more tiresome to watch.
“Shirkers” tells a captivating story of teenage filmmakers and their long lost movie.
The 2017 documentary and Sundance award-winner, “Chasing Coral,” followed scientists, divers and photographers on their journey to explore coral reef depletion. Those who worked on the film discussed the reason, effects and possible solutions to the rapidly vanishing coral reefs.
“The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X” documentary premiered at the California African American Museum.
Photos courtesy of Tara Jenkins Senior Tara Jenkins is putting her Theatre and Media Production major into action by taking on her own documentary project about Pepperdine students’ different experiences and how their identities tie into their school life. “I am filming a documentary about identity at Pepperdine,” Jenkins said. “It explores how people separate […]
Photos Courtesy of Peter Filimaua As an aspiring filmmaker, Junior Peter Filimaua hopes to spread positivity and tell good stories. Currently in the process of creating a documentary, Filimaua said he wanted to show the lives of the people living on the streets near Angel Stadium in Orange County. “I was driving past the stadium […]
Seaver alumna Sara Vladic shares survivors’ stories of the U.S.S. Indianapolis.
Image Courtesy of Jane Chang Mi “When the Mountains Tremble,” a visual narrative of social injustice in Guatemala, screened Monday Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. in the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art. “It’s important to bring the power of cinema, to bear on telling difficult stories,” film director Pamela Yates said via phone. Re-released […]
Photo Courtesy of Chelsea Erselius Many students gathered on main campus to view an assortment of short films created by their talented classmates at Reelstories Film Festival on Jan. 26. This event marked a significant day in 20-year-old Pepperdine junior Bella Issa’s life as a filmmaker. Issa’s first year at Reelstories awarded her and her […]
Photos Courtesy of Jim Gash School of Law professor and Director of the Pepperdine Global Justice Program Jim Gash has been touring the country to present his new documentary about the prisoners in Uganda who Pepperdine law students have helped. The documentary “Remand” explains that as part of Pepperdine’s Global Justice Program, law students have […]