Queering Cambodian Tradition: Award-Winning Documentary Screens At CSULB Festival Thursday

This Thursday, the CSULB Department of Anthropology is hosting the Human Cinema Film Festival, beginning at 4:00 in the Beach Auditorium, which is located on the lowest level of the Student Union. The festival features student-made short films that explore a variety of ethnographic topics, and a special screening of the award winning documentary, From The Heart of Brahma, about Long Beach-based Cambodian American dancer, teacher, and TED Fellow, Prumsodun Ok.

David Bowie Is (Kind of) Coming to Long Beach

It’s not so much about David Bowie (admittedly a saddening aspect given it’s not the documentary fans deserve) as it is about the traveling exhibition of David Bowie’s art, costumes, and overall image. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t check out David Bowie Is, set to show at Long Beach’s Art Theatre for three exclusive engagements.

National TV Series Follows Aspiring Filmmaker’s Path from High School to CSULB

Confused and admittedly hurt after receiving rejection letters from multiple colleges, CSULB freshman Stephen Boyer began to question, like many teenagers, whether college was even worth it. This predicament is exactly why Academy Award-winning documentarian Alex Gibney chose Stephen and 14 other teenagers transitioning to or away from college to focus on for his Al Jazeera America series, Edge of Eighteen.

Prototype Garage Punk Band The Seeds to Have Documentary Screening in Long Beach

The Seeds are largely considered one of the most influential prototypical punk bands—despite only having one top 40 national hit. Their odd and relatively short-lived tale is one that is only known amongst the most hardcore of music lovers but thanks to a long-awaited documentary set to show at the Art Theatre, the garage band’s tale will no longer be relegated to the shadows of sonic geeks.