‘Max Compact:’ A New Type of Makeup Hero

A new comedic web series is on the horizon and WSN was lucky enough to interview the creator, director and writer of the show, Tisch School of the Arts alumna Jo-Dean Roark. Her new...

Tribeca Film Festival to feature NYU alumnus film ‘G.B.F.’

NYU alum Darren Stein discusses the casting and background of his film "G.B.F.," playing at the Tribeca Film Festival this year.

Caesar Serenades Brooklyn

With a voice that washes away sin, Daniel Caesar transported us to his perilous rose-tinted world. Eyes closed while he clung to the microphone stand, his dedicated sect of hungry parishioners relished in every...

HBO’s ‘We Are Not Done Yet’ Shows Even After War, the Fight Isn’t Over...

In the military, there is a mantra that both on and off the battlefield “No Man is Left Behind.” Though comforting in theory, the new HBO documentary “We Are Not Done Yet” highlights how,...

Winner of ‘Project Greenlight’ deserves red light

Not all celebrity endeavors end in wild success, and Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s “Project Greenlight” is an example of misguided celebrity endorsement. “Project Greenlight” gave an advanced screening of the show’s culminating film,...

‘Glass Menagerie’ revival, cast continue to shine on Broadway

Quinto's performance gives life to Tennessee Williams' work.

NYU Law hosts Kristen Stewart

Actor Kirsten Stewart and director Peter Sattler came to NYU on Oct. 7 to discuss their new film, “Camp X-Ray.” The Forum on Law, Culture and Society at the NYU School of Law held...

Alum Matthew Puccini Talks SXSW Short Film

The Mess He Made from Matthew Puccini on Vimeo. Although Matthew Puccini only graduated from NYU in 2015, his short film “The Mess He Made” has already made its way through the festival circuit and...

‘At Any Price’ challenges morality norms with surprising ending

At Any Price questions what is considered moral when the safety of one's family is at stake.

Hey Mama, Welcome (Back) to the ’60s

You say you want a revolution? Well, the counterculture movement is back, alive and well in Gottesman Exhibition Hall at the New York Public Library. The exhibit, “You Say You Want a Revolution: Remembering...

Live-Action ‘Aladdin’ Controversy Casts Shadow on ‘Black Panther’

If you were ready to applaud Disney for its efforts towards casting minorities in “Black Panther” –– not so fast. Disney’s “Aladdin” live-action remake proves it still has a lot of room for improvement. Kaushal...

M.I.A. taps into spiritual side with ‘Matangi’

M.I.A.’s fourth studio album, “Matangi” is often a gentle, even spiritual, listen, but it includes jagged edges to keep the album stimulating.
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