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Derrick Ochiagha

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Film

‘Real Wisdom’: ‘Booksmart’ Cast Discusses Crafting a Generational Anthem for Today’s Youth

The Harvard Crimson sat down with Olivia Wilde, Beanie Feldstein, Kaitlyn Dever, and Katherine Silberman to discuss their new film, "Booksmart."

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Arts

What the Hell Happened: The Disney Live Action Remakes

“Dumbo” was a disappointment, earning just $116 million in its global debut. The question then becomes, why?

Arts

Black Arts Festival 2019: Experimental Film and Community Shine at Black Filmmakers Screening

“From the Mind’s Eye” — a black filmmakers screening offered by Kuumba’s Black Arts Festival — brought experimental films and community discourse to the Leverett Library Theater.

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Arts

Top Five Movies Coming Out This Summer

Here are five of the best trailers for films coming out this summer. Let’s hope the actual movies compare.

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On Campus

Portrait of an Artist: Porsha Olayiwola

The Harvard Crimson spoke with Boston Poet Laureate Porsha Olayiwola about the importance of giving frequently silenced voices a chance to speak their truth.

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Film

‘Widows’ is the Definitive Heist Film of 2018

With strong performances, innovative direction, and unflinching social commentary, “Widows” positions itself as the definitive heist film of 2018.​​​​​​​

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Film

‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ Gives Hollywood a New Kind of Hero

Melissa McCarthy has had a tough 2018. Can she earn the forgiveness of audiences in "Can You Ever Forgive Me?"

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Arts

HBO’s ‘Camping’ Will Make You Want to Stay Home

“Camping” commits the cardinal sin of serialized comedy: It isn't funny.

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