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Articles by Liza Mullett (6)

Ben Stewart’ 20, known artistically as folk-pop singer Tetrapod, plays guitar on the steps of the Stephen Robert '62 campus center.

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‘Not Quite Spring Weekend’ broadcasts musical artists, raises money for COVID relief

June 5, 2020 1 comment

Not Quite Spring Weekend, a virtual benefit concert organized by a group of University students, rocked the screens of many via BeLive and Facebook on May 30. The festival comprised 12 student performers and 10 professional acts, which altogether provided students and the public with over 10 hours of original music. 

Ivy Film Festival to screen Official Selection, speaker series virtually

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Ivy Film Festival to screen Official Selection, speaker series virtually

April 17, 2020 0 comments

How do you execute the world’s largest student-run film festival amidst a global pandemic? Like many things these days: Move online. The Ivy Film Festival announced Monday that this year’s festival will take place digitally from April 24 to April 30.

Joe Exotic, otherwise referred to as the “Tiger King,” is at the helm of Netflix’s new series, which features music supervised by Randall Poster ’84 P’23.

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‘Tiger King’ music supervisor Randall Poster ’84 P’23 discusses the documentary series’ rise

April 10, 2020 0 comments

Since its March 20 debut, Netflix’s “Tiger King” has taken the United States by storm. Receiving over 34 million views within its first ten days on the streaming platform, the seven-part documentary series tells the story of three eccentric private zookeepers and their dangerous, alleged secrets and crimes.

With cultural content for the whole family, the Providence French Film Festival brings comedies, dramas, documentaries, animations and children’s shorts produced in French-speaking areas to Providence.

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Providence French Film Festival connects Brown with Providence community

March 4, 2020 0 comments

The PFFF kicked off its 22nd year of bringing Francophone cinema to Providence Feb. 28. The festival hopes to “showcase a richness of voices, perspectives and insights from established filmmakers and emerging directors of Francophone cinema from all parts of the world,” according to the event’s press release.

Students Rémy Poisson and Jake Ruggiero completed their CSP over the five-week Wintersession period between the fall and spring semesters under the guidance of supervisor Leonard Long, Senior Critic at RISD.

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‘This is Your Life’ unpacks universal experiences

February 25, 2020 0 comments

Two hundred and ten hours. That is how long it took Jake Ruggiero ’22 and Rémy Poisson ’22, both dual degree students and illustrators for The Herald’s post- magazine, to complete their Collaborative Study Project, titled “This is Your Life.” 

Julia Jarcho hopes to lead the program in a direction where she can implement her personal values of important theatrical practices and new writing to shape the futures of the aspiring writers she teaches.

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Julia Jarcho brings new vision to MFA Playwriting Program

February 25, 2020 0 comments

Julia Jarcho, a playwright and director, began her first term this semester as the Head of Playwriting for the Master of Fine Arts Playwriting program. Jarcho will help Brown playwriting students to develop skills for theatre performance.