“Little Miss Sunshine” actor dazzles in new film

Paul Dano, an up-and-coming young actor, flaunts his acting versatility in "For Ellen" where he plays a struggling rock star who is also desperate to remain a good father.

Tisch professor’s latest film exudes emotion

"Keep the Lights On" dramatizes the detrimental relationship between a documentary filmmaker and lawyer, loosely based on the romance of director and Tisch professor Ira Sachs.

“[REC] 3” invites viewers to a bloody, hilarious zombie wedding

Though not what fans may expect, "[REC] 3" combines horror and comedy to great effect.

Find affordable theater shows in your own backyard

For those with a small budget, there are many exciting alternatives to Broadway's most recognizable shows.

Broadway loses some of its best to cruel, continual release cycle

As the industry continues to move forward, some Broadway productions struggle with shortened runs.

Ring in the new semester by rocking out at these fall concerts

New York City's concert scene offers a wealth of upcoming shows for fans of all genres of music.

Matthew Perry shines in new NBC comedy, ‘Go On’

Despite Matthew Perry's star power, NBC's latest sitcom has room for improvement.

“Sleepwalk” delivers laughs that will keep you wide awake

Comic Mike Birbiglia stars in a smart comedy about trying to achieve one's dreams and running into obstacles, such as leaping out a window while sleep walking.

Tune into this summer’s hidden musical gems

Find out which under-the-radar albums you may have missed out on this summer.

Catch up on the best of TV with Netflix Instant

Though Netflix can sometimes get a bad rap for its lack of content, these popular shows are worth the $7.99 a month.

Lapine and Sondheim take audiences deeper “Into the Woods”

Lapine and Sondheim's "Into the Woods" use a modern fairy tale to show just how mpressionable children can be.

Creativity and Finance in the Senior Thesis Film

Exploring the economic processes that drive student filmmaking.