Steven Spielberg. Gene Kelly. Fred Astaire. These are just a few of the many famous names that have not only left a legend behind in the film industry but were also a part of a society that is now coming to Ithaca College.
Delta Kappa Alpha National Professional Cinema Fraternity was founded in 1936 at the University of Southern California, with a mission to train anyone interested in the film industry, recruiting names that became big in Hollywood such as “It’s a Wonderful Life” director Frank Capra. The society’s purpose is to foster bonds between students who are dedicated to the art of film and connect them throughout the country.
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