The Otaku Club hosted a movie night known as Cedar Silver Screens on Thursday, 21st September. As the premise of the club is the celebration of Japanese and Korean media, four of the seven movies featured were East Asian, two of the anime genre, and two live-action Korean. Members of the club began selling tickets a week in advance, creating a buzz of excitement as the date approached. On the day of the event, members of The Otaku Club could be seen running around campus, making sure everything was in its place. The college was decorated with fairy lights and a large poster was hung up at the entrance, adding to the cinematic experience. Finally, around 4:30 PM, the movies were played. The Club had also organised a variety of refreshments on the roof, including Dunkin Donuts, burgers, and french fries, a blessing for many hungry students. Ever so often, bouts of laughter and shrieking could be heard from classrooms. Volunteers of the event also pulled mischievous pranks on the attendees, scaring them by loudly banging on the doors of rooms playing horror films. Cedar Silver Screens proved very successful, with a turnout of over 100 students, many of whom had never watched a movie in a different language before.