DSU Historical Film Series to Make Debut

By Allison McCausland A&E and Online Editor On Wednesday, Sept. 20, DeSales University’s history program and TV/film department will be joining forces to present the inaugural screening of their Historical Film Series: “Reel” History. The free event is at 7 p.m. in the Air Product Room of the Trexler Library, and features a film screening and discussion centered around … [Read more...]

Where are they now: Autumn Fink’s acting career

By CJ Bamert Staff Writer When graduating from the DeSales theater department, there are many different career choices. Some people will go out and audition for plays and films, some may go the modeling route and try their luck there or some in the more design aspect of theater may work on their craft out of school. For Autumn Fink, she’s doing all that and more. Fink … [Read more...]

McFadden Chat: Kissig’s Films Sweep Awards at DUFF

Senior TV/film major Brian Kissig joins Minstrel editor-in-chief Adam Zielonka to talk about the awards Kissig's films won at the DeSales University Film Festival (DUFF) earlier this month.  Be sure to read Alexander Lingle's full recap of DUFF. Video directed and filmed by Kellie Dietrich and edited by Adam Zielonka. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ik3dhhKiGA   … [Read more...]

Students Exhibit Talent and Passion at DeSales University Film Festival

By Alex Lingle Staff Writer This article can also be viewed in Issue 13, Fiftieth Year of The Minstrel (April 14, 2016). Click here to view the entire issue. On April 1 and 2, the 16th Annual DeSales Film Festival showcased 12 student produced films in the Gambet Business Center. Ranging from comedy to experimental, every short film showed the skill, talent, hard work … [Read more...]

TV/Film Department Set to Launch Shorts U, A Website for Student Filmmakers

By Chris Shaddock Staff Writer This article was originally published in Issue 11, Fiftieth Year of The Minstrel (March 24, 2016). Click here to view the entire issue. YouTube allows people to express themselves by uploading videos, but it can be hard for college students interested in film to get their work noticed since the website is saturated with many videos … [Read more...]