"The nominations for the Oscars will be announced on Jan. 23, and the winter weather gives every movie lover the perfect excuse to stay inside and pretend to be a voting member of the academy."
"While you may prefer to forget the side braid and amateur archery phase of your adolescence, 'The Hunger Games' universe is back on the big screen – and this time, audiences know the main character all too well."
Peel Gallery's current exhibition, "The Decline of Malls Across America," showcases Michael Galinsky's decades-old photos as a form of visual storytelling.
Martin Scorsese's recent film adaptation of "Killers of the Flower Moon" tells the true story of the Osage Nation and their treatment. Native community members responded to the film's representation of Indigenous voices.
"The best way to celebrate Halloween – besides trick-or-treating – is to turn off the lights and find a movie that makes you question whether there’s a monster underneath your bed. Instead of rewatching 'The Conjuring' or hoping you forgot the jumpscares in 'Insidious,' consider some lesser-known films that are sure to haunt you long after the credits roll."
In January, a collection of books encouraging activism and involvement in social justice will arrive on the second floor of the Campus Y in memory of Owen Conley, a UNC alum best remembered by his friends for his love of books, social justice and compassion.
"From postnatal depression to abusive relationships, this season of “Sex Education” is not afraid to talk about the heavy stuff. What started as a show about high schoolers in dire need of sex advice has turned into perhaps the most honest and validating show about all things intimate and interpersonal."
This year, the forum is focusing on films from the nineties, with the next screening being Paul Thomas Anderson's "Magnolia" on Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m. Other events are tied into the forum, such as screenings in collaboration with the Carolina Asia Center and a production of Stephen King's "Misery" from the PlayMakers Repertory Company.