Tony Winner Talks ‘I Am The Night’

Jefferson Mays has been a storyteller his whole life. In his childhood, his family did not have a television set, so he and his parents would read books out loud to each other every...

Staff Recs: Best Albums for Winter

Winter holidays are over and the semester has begun in a full flurry. While everyone adjusts to the new semester and bitter cold, a good way to settle into this transition is with a...

A Starving Artist’s Guide to Arts Events this Weekend: Feb. 1 to 3

If Super Bowl Sunday isn’t your speed and Restaurant Week is a little out of your budget, here are a few fun (and affordable!) events to check out this weekend. Dance Yourself Clean at Baby’s...

‘I Am The Night’ Is A Few Steps Short of Success

Murder, mystery and conspiracies — all juicy elements that are necessary to concoct a pulpy noir. From film classics like “Double Indemnity” to contemporary series such as “Luther,” the genre has evolved but maintained its...

Unpopular Opinions: ‘Black Mirror’

Technology in the 21st century: what’s not to love? From smartphones and supercomputers to virtual reality and artificial intelligence, technology has radically altered our way of life. Charlie Brooker decided to take our love...

Bring Me the Horizon Explores Pop, Alt Rock on ‘amo’

Bring Me the Horizon’s sixth studio album “amo” exemplifies just how much a band can grow over 15 years and proves that the five-piece band has branched out from their heavy metalcore beginnings. Long gone...

‘Serenity’ Sunk by a Ludicrous Script

Oscar-nominated director Steven Knight’s new film “Serenity” is a confounding experience, but not because it challenges the viewer on some profound, artistic level. From beginning to end, the movie is a journey with moments...

Funding Your Cinematic Dream

“The very fact that a movie gets made is a miracle,” the Chief Operating Officer of FilmNation Entertainment said to Tisch Film & TV senior Bronson Aznavorian during his internship. Many Film & TV...

‘Gatz’ at Skirball: ‘Gatsby’ Reimagined for the Stage

Everyone knows the story of “The Great Gatsby,” one of romantic obsession, obscene wealth, free-flowing booze despite Prohibition — and that iconic green light. But you’ve never seen Gatsby done like this before. Elevator Repair...

How to Win an Oscar in 2019

Pick a subject. No, not that one. Pick a subject you’re not supposed to talk about at the Thanksgiving table. Think racism (“Blackkklansman”), politics (“Vice”) or gay celebrities (“Bohemian Rhapsody”). The subjects your grandma...

The Ophelias’ Lyricist Reflects on Tisch Graduation and Embraces Uncertainty

Twenty-two-year-old Spencer Peppet, a 2018 Tisch graduate, was driving through her hometown of Cincinnati when her phone buzzed with The New York Times notification. She was with her best friend and the band’s bassist,...

‘Never Look Away’ Paints an Expansive Portrait of Germany’s Art History

After watching his 188-minute period epic “Never Look Away” — loosely based on the life of German artist Gerhard Richter — two things became clear about German filmmaker Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck: he loves art and...
Advertisement

Trending