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The Staller Center brings live performances back to Stony Brook

The Staller Center brings live performances back to Stony Brook

Amaya McDonald September 5, 2021
After months of virtual performances and viewings, the Staller Center is now opening its doors to patrons. When the venue initially closed in 2020, Staller Center staff worked quickly to ensure that patrons would still be able to enjoy the arts.
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The Weekly Wrap Up podcast logo. HANYA GAO/THE STATESMAN

The Weekly Wrap Up Ep. 10

Juliana Slocum September 28, 2020
This week's wrap up brings news from every section. Plans for the spring semester were announced last week, a writer honors late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Arts and Culture reviewed an emotional short film from the SBU Film Festival.
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Paper flyers seen around campus for the Stony Brook Film Festival, which is free for students. SARA RUBERG/THE STATESMAN

The Stony Brook Film Festival “Corners” Review

Amaya McDonald September 22, 2020
The release of the short film “Corners” by IndieFlix Festivals on Thursday, Sept. 17, kicked off the second week of the Stony Brook Film Festival.
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The Weekly Wrap Up Ep. 7

Juliana Slocum September 9, 2020
Weekly Wrap Up: More students test positive for COVID-19 and former Interim President Michael Bernstein steps down from his position as provost. The Stony Brook film festival begins this week, and editors announce new changes at The Statesman this semester.
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The Staller Center for the Arts closes their doors through May 15

Melissa Azofeifa March 23, 2020
COVID-19 is disrupting life as we know it and Inkles wanted people to know that The Staller Center for the Arts is committed to doing their part for the common goal, which is keeping everyone safe and healthy.
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The official poster for the French film, Lola and Her Brothers. PUBLIC DOMAIN

Review: “Lola And Her Brothers”

Melissa Azofeifa August 5, 2019
The French film, “Lola and Her Brothers,” directed by Jean-Paul Rouve, closed the 10-day Stony Brook Film Festival on Saturday night, July 28.
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What to expect at the Stony Brook Film Festival this year

Kayla McKiski June 14, 2016
The Stony Brook Film Festival, which will run July 21 through 30, is set to showcase independent international features for the 21st consecutive year.
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Patrons browsing through the exhibit during opening night. 
(Photo: Kenneth Ho)

Stony Brook Film Festival features Vintage Film Posters exhibit

Krysten Massa July 27, 2015
The white walls of the Zuccaire Gallery are currently covered with old-time movie posters in all sizes and languages.
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Martin Talbot, writer/director of Henri Henri and Alan Inkles, Stony Brook Film Festival director, at the Closing Night Awards reception.
(Photo: Kenneth Ho)

Stony Brook Film Festival celebrates 20th anniversary

Krysten Massa July 27, 2015
This year, the Stony Brook Film Festival celebrated its 20th anniversary. The festival brings movie-makers from all over the world together for a week-long display of films.
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University enters contract with Island Federal Credit Union

Arielle Martinez October 28, 2014
Stony Brook University has entered a ten-year with Island Federal Credit Union that will give the credit union title sponsorship for the Stony Brook Arena and the Stony Brook Film Festival.
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Stony Brook Film Festival brings foreign features to Long Island

Stony Brook Film Festival brings foreign features to Long Island

Robert Cimino July 17, 2014
For Stony Brook University, July means movies. July 17 marks the beginning of the 19th annual Stony Brook Film Festival at the Staller Center for the Arts.
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