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Film Club continues movie nights through Netflix Party

Film Club continues movie nights through Netflix Party

Lucy Benson, Rubicon

May 19, 2020

Film Club, known for their Friday night screenings of previously decided on movies, attempts to carry on movie nights through the Chrome extension Netflix Party.

Film Club entices viewers with quotable theme, Friday night movies

Film Club stickers.

Lucy Sandeen, The Rubicon Editor

October 3, 2018

Film Club presidents seek to arrange a wide array of movie diversity.

Film Club hosts annual movie marathon

By midday, viewers settled in with blankets and snacks at the annual movie marathon:

Kelby Wittenberg, Chief Visual Editor

February 27, 2018

Students flocked to Bigelow Commons to participate in an all-day movie marathon.

Film Club co-presidents reveal the facets of great film

Film Club co-presidents reveal the facets of great film

Jack Benson, The Rubicon Editor

February 19, 2018

A Q&A with Film Club co-presidents Drew Fawcett and Noa Carlson touches on what makes powerful cinema.

Student groups empower on a range of issues

St. Paul Academy and Summit School offers dozens of interesting, diverse groups that provide outlets for students to accomplish amazing things.  Options arise for every student, from Spartan Boosters to Film Club to Spartan Beats to Quiz Bowl to Intercultural Club. Plus, it's incredibly simple to start a new group when there's interest.

The Rubicon Staff, Editorial

May 4, 2016

The expressive opportunity of student groups is not always capitalized on, but it should be.

Student Movie Night invites imagination and creativity

Students sit in the Huss Center auditorium to watch short films. “Even if [Superzeroes] is kind of a mediocre movie, I like being on the radar,” senior Calla Saunders said.

Boraan Abdulkarim, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2016

The two films submitted for Student Movie Night include "SuperZeroes" directed by senior Calla Saunders and "Blooper Reel" directed by senior Karsten Runquist. Saunders won this year's SPASMA award.

Film Club features classic award winners in “Study Break with Oscar” series

Every Tuesday and Thursday in February, Film Club has offered a film screening of an Oscar award-winning classic.  The final film, screens Thursday at 3:30 in the Lecture Room.

Rafa Buettner-Salido, Videographer

February 24, 2016

The series started this February as a way to expose filmgoers to classics they may not know exist. The earlier time is designed to open Film Club to a new viewership.

Film Club offers students a break with movie marathon

Detectives and spies are very different, but both are known for employing microscopic gadgets, like this Kodak camera, to get the information they need. Let the film spies and detectives make you gasp and laugh this Saturday at the Film Club movie marathon.

Arts Brief

February 19, 2016

Film Club's spy movie marathon takes place Feb. 20 from 9:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. in Bigelow Commons.

Film Club looking for movie lovers

Calla Saunders, Film Club President

December 11, 2014

This piece is part of a series of opinion columns written by Student Interest Groups at SPA.  Opinions expressed are those of the group or writer, and not of The Rubicon staff.  Inquiries should be sent to Thomas Toghramadjian, Columns Editor at [email protected] When Riley Wheaton and I we...

Students bite into vampire movies in Film Club marathon

Faculty advisor of Film Club Randall Findlay prepares to draw names from a bowl to determine the winners of the raffle. “Kids that stayed for all six movies got a shot at winning prizes,” senior Film Club president Christian Koch said.

Katrina Hilton, Sports Editor

February 5, 2014

A few dedicated movie lovers showed up to school from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. for a vampire-themed movie marathon on Jan. 19. A wide variety of vampire themed movies were shown, from classics to comedies to thrillers. Students were “basically just watching great movies that have vampires in them, but no...

Horror rules on Student Film Night

Andy Monserud, Op/Ed Editor

May 7, 2013

While some question movies’ position in the art world, they are definitely a difficult medium to create.  But because it’s such an accessible art form, film is extremely popular among young artists.  To recognize this, St. Paul Academy and Summit School’s Film Club hosts an annual student movie...