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Film department strikes again

City College moved up in the film industry with a first-place awards for a parody called “iThrone”. “iThrone”, a 40-second video that begins with a…


Bob Martinelli stars in a "Hobbit" film parody produced by the City College Film-Making projects class.

“The Hobbit” parody gets laughs

City College’s City Films debuted its latest creation, “The Bobbit: An Unexpected Budget,” a parody of the trailer for feature film, “The Hobbit” starring City College Vice President of Adminis­trative Services Bob Martinelli and City College President Kathryn Jeffery.

The film’s debut was met with laughter, cheers and a round of applause from faculty, staff and students in attendance at this semester’s convocation where the film was shown for the first time.


A man with a camera.

A life in film

  Wheeling more than 100 pounds of camera equipment into the room, professor Nathan Schemel sets up a complicated system of metal poles, gears, and wheels that grip across…


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Good game, ‘Moneyball’

The name moneyball is derived from the method for which Oakland A’s General Manager Billie Beane used to build a baseball   team with a minuscule…


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City College celebrates Black History Month

Black History Month has once again returned to City College. Students and faculty can find a calendar full of on-campus events and activities throughout February…


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MOVIE REVIEW: “Cyrus”

When I saw a recent screening of “Cyrus,” I was a little surprised to see several people trickling out as the film went on. I…


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The eye behind the lens

From crime scenes and child prostitution to Bon Jovi concerts to one-on-one time with Flava Flav, this young photographer and City College student has seen…


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Creating a role of his own

In walks a sun-kissed statuette of a man who looks like he just walked out of “The Matrix”, dressed in all black, with glasses and…