Soroush Sanaeinezhad, a born-Iranian artist, expatriate living in Prague for the past three years, speaks out on the recent murder of Mahsa Amini. Sanaeinezhad’s reaction is similar to many Iranians and people around the world after hearing about the tragic and unjust murder of Mahsa Amini.
– By Thesar Abazi
Iran’s regime is threatened by violent strikes and protests that are likely to slowly become an actual civil war. The roots for this situation to break out can be found within the history of neocolonialism.
-By Nicole di Maria
Anna Pastoressa, the mother of an ex-detainee, speaks of the struggle during six years of visits. A story where advocacy, art, and resilience intertwine with the horrors of this dreadful jail complex.
-By Alice Finno
Now more than ever, we need to make schools an inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ students worldwide.
– By Giulia Leo
JCU student Flavia Del Prete explores her uniqueness and the nuances of her life as she juggles an acting career, an interest in the business world, and starring in Prime Video’s Prisma.
– By Sara Segat
Discover the brand-new film appreciation club where students openly share opinions and thoughts on cinematography.
– By Ella Stillion Southard & Film Appreciation Club
Discovering a city during a study abroad experience.
-By Matilde Pozzato
The true story of a girl that strikes us deeply and makes us reflect on what is happening around us.
-By Annalucia Scotto di Clemente
Discover what’s in the stars for you this month.
-By Sara Segat
With Laura Poitras’ recent win of the Golden Lion for “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed,” documentaries reach unprecedented heights and acknowledgments in the filmmaking industry.
– By Julissa Castro-Ruiz