THE PACE CHRONICLE

What You Should Marathon Next: Sense8

MAYRA MARADIAGA, Arts and Entertainment Editor

September 25, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Movies, Opinion, Television

Imagine being connected to another person and having all their thoughts and feelings appear as your own. Now imagine having the thoughts and feelings of multiple people projected on to you while you try to live your day-to-day life. Trippy, right? That’s the world the characters in the Netflix original...

Little White Lie Screened at The CUE

Little White Lie Screened at The CUE

Cristina Cuduco, Arts & Entertainment Editor

April 13, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Programs (MADP) held a screening on Fri., April 3 of Little White Lie, a PBS documentary about one woman’s struggle with race and identity Filmmaker Lacey Schwartz chronicles the aftermath of finding out that she is not indeed the Mediterranean Jew her ...

Award Winning Documentary Screened in Butcher Suite

Award Winning Documentary Screened in Butcher Suite

Mayra Maradiaga, Featured Writer

April 13, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Featured Entertainment, Movies, Showcase

Pace students gathered in Butcher Suite on Fri., April 3 for a screening of the documentary film Before You Know It, as well as a Q-and-A session afterwards with one of the subjects of the film. The documentary follows three senior citizens in the LGBTQ community from different parts of the country,...

Horns: Sympathy for the Devil

Horns: Sympathy for the Devil

Mayra Maradiaga, Featured Writer

February 27, 2015


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Columns, Entertainment, Movies

Horns (2013), a dark fantasy crime drama based on author Joe Hill’s equally intriguing eponymous novel, stars Daniel Radcliffe as Ig Perrish, a man who has been wrongfully accused of murdering his girlfriend and who subsequently must bear the awkward and very public reminder of his supposed shame. ...

Blue is the Warmest Color: Life, Love and Sexuality Portrayed Honestly

MAYRA MARADIAGA, Featured Writer

December 10, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Entertainment, Movies

The concept of love is not new to the movie world, but it is rare to find it in the same emotional and moving way that it is portrayed in the French film Blue is the Warmest Color. The film tells the tale of a high school teenager, Adele (Adele Exarchopoulos), as she starts to discover her sexuality. Her life change...

Seven: Sinfully Good Cinema

Seven: Sinfully Good Cinema

MAYRA MARADIAGA, Featured Writer

November 19, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Entertainment, Movies

Netflix has recently updated its vast library with a selection of movies from the 1990s, a decade for which cinema is remembered for its light, bubbly romance and comedy films. However, movies like Seven, available on Netflix since early November, shows the other side of the 90s motion picture spectrum...

Mortified Nation: Adults Reminisce Their Awkward Phases

MAYRA MARADIAGA, Featured Writer

November 12, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Entertainment, Movies

When some people were younger, they kept some sort of diary or journal that documented their everyday lives during their adolescence. Going back and reading it may be embarrassing and downright painful to most, but imagine doing so on a stage in front of a crowd full of people. Mortified Nation shows wh...

Professor Talks Vampires from Print to Screen

Cristina Ferreira, Featured Writer

November 6, 2014


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

Students and faculty gathered in Mortola Library in Pleasantville on Oct. 29 for Professor Kevin Czerwinski’s “Vampires from Print to Screen” event. Czerwinski introduced the presentation with a brief history on Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel, Dracula. The discussion focused on the transition from the...

Robot & Frank: A Down To Earth Sci-Fi Film

MAYRA MARADIAGA, Featured Writer

November 5, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Entertainment, Movies

Machines in movies have often been presented in an “us vs. them” framework, which involves lots of destruction. However, Robot & Frank demonstrates what happens when robots can be used for their owner’s benefit. This independent film set in the future follows the story of an ex-jewel thief su...

Grave Encounters

Mayra Maradiaga, Featured Writer

October 30, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Entertainment, Movies

The paranormal has long been associated with the month of October. Though many paranormal horror movies reuse the same tricks to instill fear into their audience, Grave Encounters, currently available to be streamed on Netflix, adds a touch of reality that will leave viewers feeling like they’re being wa...

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