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WonderCon, the sister convention to the much larger Comic-Con, takes place at Anaheim Convention Center March 29-31. Photo credit: Nancy Powell

Moorpark College students can volunteer three hours and punch their tickets to a day at WonderCon 2024

By Nancy Powell March 27, 2024

WonderCon 2024, the sister convention to the San Diego Comic-Con, opens at the Anaheim Convention Center on March 30. While daily tickets for Friday, Saturday and Sunday continue to be available (costs...

Director, entrepreneur, photojournalist and TV personality Sabrina Thompson speaking to Moorpark College audiences about her run on the hit CBS show Survivor on March 6, 2024. Photo credit: Dina Pielaet

Moorpark College hosts director and “Survivor” finalist Sabrina Thompson for Women’s HERstory Month

By Brianna Perez and Sarah Graue March 21, 2024

Earlier this month, Moorpark College honored Women’s HERstory Month with a visit from public speaker Sabrina Thompson on March 6, 2024.Thompson, a director, entrepreneur, photojournalist and TV personality,...

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2024 Oscar nominations prompt campus-wide discussions

By Belle Aguirre January 29, 2024

Nominations for the 96th Oscars were announced early Tuesday morning, with moviegoers everywhere sharing their excitement and frustration for the standout films selected by the Academy.2023 was a year...

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Writers Guild of America wins big following historic Hollywood strike

By Riya Minglani and Pierre Michelet October 18, 2023

On Sept. 24, 2023, the Writers Guild of America announced an end to their nearly five-month-long strike. The WGA has struck a tentative deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers,...

The participants of the Corriganville Movie Ranch field trip walk around the film set backdrops on Sept. 18, 2023. Photo credit: Belle Aguirre

Corriganville Movie Ranch opens their doors to Moorpark College filmmakers

By Belle Aguirre September 28, 2023

On Sept. 18, 2023, a group of Film, Television and Media Arts students and "Simi Film Fest" participants attended a field trip at Corriganville Park led by Nikki Davy of Rancho Simi Recreation and Park...

Moorpark College Film Club sets up their studio for members to watch 2018 film The Chambermaid on Sept. 13, 2023. Photo credit: Brianna Perez

Moorpark College Film Club honors Latinx Heritage Month with “The Chambermaid” viewing event

By Brianna Perez September 18, 2023

On Sept. 13, 2023, Moorpark College’s Film Club took part in acknowledging the diverse cultures and history of the Latinx community through a screening of "The Chambermaid." The 2018 Mexican drama,...

Collage featured in the Moorpark College Library dedicated to the “Barbenheimer” movement. Photo credit: Bronwyn Smith

Cultural phenomenon “Barbenheimer” is more than a trend

By Bronwyn Smith September 13, 2023

“Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” are two films of contradictory subjects that, despite their differences, have found common ground in the wake of their release. Both Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie”...

Production members of Americas Got Talent surround the Pasadena Civic Auditorium stage while FTMA students observe from the audience on Aug. 23, 2022. Photo credit: Sarah Graue

Moorpark College students are filling the gaps in “America’s Got Talent” audiences

By Sarah Graue September 5, 2022
This fall, Moorpark College's Film, Television and Media Arts Department is encouraging students to participate as studio audience members at live television shows including "America's Got Talent."
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Moorpark College FTMA professors present webinar ‘Women in Film: Under-representation and misrepresentation of women in the entertainment industry’

By Alondra Alton April 2, 2021
On Thursday, Film, Television and Media Arts also known as FTMA, professors hosted webinar "Women in Film: Under-representation and misrepresentation of women in the entertainment industry" to celebrate Women's History Month.
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