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Stella Grant (played by Haley Lu Richardson) and Will Newman (Cole Sprouse) do breathing exercises and meditation together in Five Feet Apart, released March 15. Five Feet Apart follows two teens who share a romantic bond, but cannot touch each other due to the nature of cystic fibrosis, a disorder they both have.

Five Feet Apart puts fresh twist on old themes

Pramika Kadari, Copy Editor April 2, 2019

Due to romance constantly being associated with physical contact, the love in Five Feet Apart, released March 15, feels refreshingly pure because the two protagonists are prohibited from touching each...

Coppell High School senior John Coffee uses his video camera on May 14. Coffee has had a passion for film since a young age, and is planning to pursue the craft in college.

Love of cinema leads Coffee to future in filmmaking

Pramika Kadari, Staff Writer May 16, 2018

Despite the fact his father is an airplane inspector and his mother is a scientist-turned-teacher, Coppell High School senior John Coffee is branching out as the first artistic member of his family...

Awards season is now in full swing. With it comes the many different awards which are presented to notable artists.

2017 awards season spotlights underdog films, overlooked genres amidst controversial atmosphere

Andrés Bear, Staff Writer January 18, 2018

With awards season sprouting legs and wings, one should be gearing up for whatever spectacle is to come, whether it be riddled with controversy or a lack of cultural osmosis throughout the nation. That...

Disney’s live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast premiered on March 17. The film, directed by Bill Condon, stars Emma Watson and Dan Stevens in the title roles with music composed by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman and Tim Rice.

Live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast recaptures Disney magic

Sruthi Boppuri, Staff Writer March 27, 2017

The enchanting set designs, mesmerizing cinematography and remarkable score transported viewers to 18th century France in the award-winning love story, Beauty and the Beast.   The “tale as...

Photo courtesy Andrew Patterson

Patterson’s new feature film “Prepper” to be released

Sruthi Boppuri, Staff Writer March 24, 2016

The silver screen has captured the hearts of many for generations, but Hollywood is not the only place to make movie magic.   Coppell High School teacher Andrew Patterson has been making his...

2016 anticipated films ready to engross movie lovers

2016 anticipated films ready to engross movie lovers

Jamie Kimbrell, Staff Writer January 26, 2016

The lights dim, and the unmistakeable scent of buttery popcorn fills the air around you. You look over and see your friends, family or date in the dark haze of the theater. You feel each flash of the...

True fortune discovered with The Ultimate Life

True fortune discovered with The Ultimate Life

September 9, 2013

By Tuulia Koponen Staff Writer Unwrap the movie The Ultimate Gift and you uncover life’s gifts leading up to the most ultimate gift. Discover the movie The Ultimate Life and you learn life’s gifts...

At the CHS Film Festival on Monday evening, the members of Wicked Cricket Studios pose on the red carpet, which they walked to answer questions about their film

Future filmakers shine in spotlight of CHS Film Festival

May 6, 2013

By Tuulia Koponen Staff Writer Journalists flooded the red carpet, eager to speak about the finalists’ films with cameras flashing, videos being recorded and interviews being conducted. This did...

CGI lowers standards of film industry

April 1, 2013

By Will Thomas Staff Writer Everyone who has been to a movie theater in the past three decades has seen the effects of Computer Generated Images (CGI). Whether it is a talking animal in a live action...

Let There Be Zombies premiere to reunite creative, hardworking community

March 27, 2013

By Erica Rohde Staff Writer   According to filmmakers, the making of a film is a roller coaster.  Each person brings a unique addition to the table, but they all have something in common;...

Patterson digs deep to uncover inner zombie in film

November 7, 2012

By Christina Burke Features Editor In March of 2011, Coppell High School history teacher Andrew Patterson developed the idea of writing and producing a zombie movie. Fast forward to today, and the...

Wicked Cricket producers Mason Adams, Joe Han, Adam Borel, Chenglei Wu (photo), Eric Park, and Josh Brunelli (left to right). The crew will soon produce their new short film The Mammoth Affray. Photo provided by Morgan Adams.

Students produce their own short film

October 12, 2012

By Nikki Dabney Staff Writer Six Coppell students have embarked on the adventure of producing their own short film titled The Mammoth Affray. The film centers on a boy named Dennis who decides...

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