The documentary premiered at the IFC Center on Nov. 3 and will be available to stream on Showtime on Nov. 29.
Emma Goldman-Sherman’s ‘FUKT’ is an uplifting tale that shows how childhood trauma doesn’t ultimately define us.
Sydni Johnson, Contributing Writer • Nov 29, 2022
“Edward Hopper's New York,” a love letter to New York City, is on view at The Whitney until March 5, 2023.
Alexa Donovan, Staff Writer • Nov 22, 2022
Luca Guadagnino’s latest release, “Bones and All,” starring Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet, is a deft fusion of the romance and horror genres. The film was released in select theaters in New York City on Nov. 18.
Stephanie Wong, Film & TV Editor • Nov 22, 2022
The Portland artist and producer experiments with indie rock and ambient electronic on his excellent fourth album.
Jack Solomon, Contributing Writer • Nov 22, 2022
A WSN photographer captures the creative process of Steinhardt studio art students.
Yuna Baek, Contributing Photographer • Nov 21, 2022
WSN sat down with the U.K. and Irish boy band to talk about their new song, music tastes and favorite type of pasta.
Julia Diorio, Contributing Writer • Nov 21, 2022
Springsteen redefines his sound on his new album, providing the audience with a more personal experience.
Holden Lay, Staff Writer • Nov 21, 2022
Akira Kurosawa’s “Ikiru,” the 1952 Japanese film about a dying old man searching for the meaning of life, is currently available on Kanopy and NYU Stream.
Yezen Saadah, Staff Writer • Nov 18, 2022
This hilarious one-woman show incorporates Jewish culture, sexuality and even kissing a cousin.
Alexandra Cohen, Opinion Editor • Nov 18, 2022