For Us, Five Feet Apart is Personal

“Though she be but little, she is fierce” Shakespeare did not know Brenna Digison, but this is a great description for the office manager in our own Hope College Events and Conferences Office. And while we don’t call on her to be fierce too often in our office, her self-confidence does lead to points on […]

“One Night Only” Series Features Four Iconic Brando Films

In an era where we watch stars self-destruct on too regular of a basis, the career of Marlon Brando can offer these people both lessons and hope. After bursting onto the scene in the 1950s (and our series focuses on four films released between 1952-1954), Brando’s personal life and career went off the track in […]

5 Reasons Hope Students Should Attend Knick Movies

By Amanda Dort ’17 For the past three years, I’ve been working in the Hope College’s Events and Conferences Office writing press releases. If it was not for this job, I wouldn’t have known about the Knick movies in the first place. I’m so happy that isn’t the case because attending the Knick movies is one […]

Welcome to the Knickerbocker Film Series Blog

Welcome to the Knickerbocker Film Blog! We’ve created the blog to give us some space to explore the films we show, hear from other film fans, and, basically, find a new way to celebrate the celluloid film (or digital film — we’ll cover that in a future blog). If you are not familiar with us, […]