A new thriller puts everyone’s favorite Hobbit in the spotlight as a piano player.
An alumnus’ new film examines relationships between two spies on either side of a conflict.
The FX domestic spy show heats up in its second season premiere.
The story of Thérèse Raquin has been told more than a few times.
United Students Against Sweatshops protested award winner Sherry Lansing, who was not at the festival’s awards ceremony.
Columbia film magazine Double Exposure compliments newest issue with a eight-film festival.
Athena Film Festival brings influential women and their films to Barnard’s campus.
The experimental filmmaker creates another film that defies typical storytelling techniques.
Set in a utopian future, “Her” tells the story of a man who falls in love with a hyperintelligent computer voiced by Johansson.
The Coen Brothers’ newest movie offers a look at a week in the life of a talented but difficult folk artist.
Mar 10, 9:38am
Good morning, Columbia. We omitted the exclamation mark because at this point in the morning you may already have a caffeine headache. Midterms are just the best. On the bright... Read More
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