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De Anza student to confront issues of bullying through film

To help raise funds for her film, Le sells homemade friendship bracelets. Making arts and craft provides Le with an outlet to build her self-confidence.

Brenna White, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2018

A De Anza College film student is tackling bullying in schools, an issue that lies close to home to her own personal experiences. “I was bullied in high school not physically, but verbally,” said first-year film major Anh Le, 18,  “I feel that these negativities limit our potential to do something better in life.” Le  is diving into independent film...

Jobs biopic begins filming

Jobs biopic begins filming

Jacob Sisneros, Editor in Chief

February 2, 2015

Extras from the movie wait outside the Flint Center on Friday Jan. 30. For full details, see next issue.

Movie Review: “Selma,” four time Golden Globe nominee is brilliant

Movie Review:

Bojana Cvijic, Staff Writer

January 16, 2015

Directed by Ava Duvernay and written by Paul Webb, “Selma” is a brilliant portrayal of the civil rights movement in 1965, not holding anything back in its portrayal of Martin Luther King Jr. and the Selma-to-Montgomery marches that marked history almost 50 years ago. Illustrating the racism and brutality...