‘In Fabric’: Strickland Spins the Giallo Genre Afresh for a New Generation

Fetishizing every single inch of the frame, Peter Strickland has crafted a loving ode to retro Euro horror that would make Italian horror legend Mario Bava exclaim “Bravo!” Hybridizing the best aspects of Giallo,...

The Architecture of ‘Between’: A Duet With the Surreal

In her world premiere of “Not then, not yet” at the Flea Theater in Tribeca, Tiffany Mills of Tiffany Mills Company transports her signature style of contact improvisation and contemporary partnering to the stage. In...

‘Give Me Liberty’ Acts as a Manifesto for a New Style of Madcap American...

“Give Me Liberty” never comes to a halt. From its title card to its final one, director Kirill Mikhanovsky doesn’t allow you to breathe, kidnapping the entirety of your being for a nonstop moony...

‘Tel Aviv on Fire’ Channels Frustration Into Comedy

“Tel Aviv on Fire” is reflective of the experience of writer-director Sameh Zoabi and his experiences as a Palestinian living in Israel. Protagonist Salam (Kais Nashef), is given a production assistant job on his...

Sameh Zoabi: The Palestinian Director With an Israeli Passport

Professor Sameh Zoabi has had to explain who he is since the day he was born. Born in a Palestinian village outside of Nazareth, Israel, Zoabi is a man stuck in the middle. When Israeli...

Tisch Fails to Connect Acting and Film Students

At the beginning of each semester, Tisch School of the Arts hosts a mixer for students in the undergraduate drama and Film & Television mixer to try and facilitate collaboration between the two departments....

The Weeknd Is Back and Badder Than Ever

After months of teasing, an Instagram hiatus and making his fans wait with bated breath through a two-hour radio show, The Weeknd finally dropped two new singles last week. The elusive rhythm and blues...

‘The End of the F***ing World’ Should Only Come Once

The end of the first season of “The End of the F***ing World” was not, in fact, the end. James and Alyssa are back. Maybe it was stock foolishness, but I was surprised to...

Harry Styles Brings Back Summer in His New Song ‘Watermelon Sugar’

Moments before he took the stage to host NBC’s Saturday Night Live, musician Harry Styles surprised fans by dropping his new single “Watermelon Sugar,” the second song to be released from his upcoming sophomore...

The Good, The Bad and ‘The Mandalorian’

I love “Star Wars.” Granted, not all of it, but I love the universe. So for me, “The Mandalorian, had everything going for it. A spaghetti western set in space? What more could I...

Professor Spike Lee Gives Talk on ‘Do the Right Thing’’s Writing Process

Filmed entirely on one block in Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” examines the race relations between the Italian American and African American communities that reside there. Set on the hottest...

Tinashe’s ‘Songs for You’ Is the Artist’s True Debut Album

Tinashe’s “Songs for You” is by far the closest the pop singer has come to establishing a concrete sound. Since she released “2 On” in 2014, it seems as if her musical identity has...
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