With all of the precautions for COVID-19, it seems that an at-home Halloween celebration is the best option this year. Check out these films to help get spooky.
The college experience often includes going to parties and making new friends. While many students are attending classes on campus this semester, social life looks a bit different this year.
At a time when the state of New York still has restrictions on public gatherings, art museums are trying to find a way to connect with patrons in-person.
The horror film festival wrapped its 4-day run on Sunday.
The film festival will finish out its run tonight.
Friday’s film screenings offered options like “Anything for Jackson,” “Jumbo” and “Survival Skills.”
“The Doorman,” “It Cuts Deep” and “Hunted” among the horror flicks to open the virtual film festival.
Spooky season is here. This year, multiple film fests teamed up to create a horror movie marathon.
The 2020 SUHRFF featured three female directors in an online-only format.
At a time when most acts can’t perform in-person shows, life for local musical artists is unpredictable.