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...

‘Five Feet Apart’ Depicts the Necessity of Human Touch

“Five Feet Apart” chronicles the unfortunate love story of Stella (Haley Lu Richardson) and Will (Cole Sprouse), two teenagers with cystic fibrosis, a life-threatening illness that forces them to stay five feet apart from...

You Missed the Other Two Film’s in the ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Trilogy...

World-renowned Italian director Luca Guadagnino — whose film “Suspiria” was just released in theaters — is best known for his Oscar-winner “Call Me By Your Name.” In this film, a prominent theme is Elio’s journey of...

‘Burning Cane’: NYU Sophomore’s Film to Premiere on Netflix

Tisch sophomore Phillip Youmans’s debut directorial feature “Burning Cane” showcases a unique and original cinematic perspective from a surprisingly young source. Youmans wrote and directed the film while he was still in high school...

Unpopular Opinion: A24 Films

Over the past few years, indie film studio A24 has taken over the independent movie zeitgeist, and certainly captured the love of the NYU community to the point where everyone is convinced that they...

8 Broadway Shows to Rush Before the Year Is Over

When my parents came to visit me in April, they were horrified by the tall stack of Playbills on my desk, thinking I had dropped $100-$150 on each Broadway show. I quickly assured them...

Aspiring Playwrights, Submit Your Work Here

Playwrights Horizons This acclaimed “writer’s theater” is looking for “idiosyncratic, accomplished, original theatrical voices.” They accept unsolicited full-length manuscripts from anyone in New York City, and like to familiarize themselves with a writer’s style and...

How a Tisch Junior Ended up Shooting for Chanel

Jason S. Lee likes to say that he’s lucky. After only a year of handling a camera, he won a Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Award at 16. Only a few months later, Lee’s award-winning...

To Boycott or Not to Boycott: Jan Fabre’s ‘Mount Olympus’

Is art made by bad people still worth our time?

Dramatic Writing Professor Brings Blockchain to Theater

It was late 2017, the height of the bitcoin boom, and Sofia Alvarez, playwright, screenwriter and professor in Tisch’s Department of Dramatic Writing, was looking for a way to fund her next play. The 34-year-old...

‘The Seventh Seal’ Is Revitalized at Film Forum

Ingmar Bergman’s iconic film is revived in new 4K restoration.
Illustration by Rachel Buigas-Lopez

Unpopular Opinions: 2000s Cartoon Network Shows

An unpopular stroll down Cartoon Network's memory lane.
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