Cobbers create documentaries influenced by historical hollywood films Documentary: the very word evokes ideas of records and facts, but documentaries are more than recounts of how something happened. Students learn this in Donald Rice’s Documentary and Historical Film capstone course as they make their own documentaries. These documentaries, which areContinue Reading

Mixing new with classics As the semester comes to a close and winter break approaches, Concordia students and faculty may be finding more time in their schedules for leisurely activities such as movie-watching. People have their favorite films for different reasons, whether it be that they evoke sympathy, are comedicContinue Reading

The religion department recently sponsored a film series to prepare students for the Thompson Lecture featuring Mazin Qumsiyeh on Oct. 25. It has been three years since the last Thompson Lecture, which honors the memory of Dr. Joseph Thompson, a Concordia College graduate who worked with the Lutheran World FederationContinue Reading

On Sunday April 15th, the lights go down in the Fargo Theatre; the audience, comprised of Concordia students, family and community members, excitedly waits to view the short films created by the students of the English Film and Literature Capstone course. The course, which includes students from many majors includingContinue Reading