Ever wondered what the A&E editors were obsessed with this year? Boy, aren't you lucky (and weird.) Here are some bests—and worsts—of the past year.
Peter Bogdanovich steps in front of the camera with his new holiday-themed film.
A year after the concert for Hurricane Sandy, a documentary on the McCartney- and Springsteen-headlined benefit looks back.
Steve McQueen discussed his latest film, “12 Years a Slave,” at the New York Film Festival.
From the raucous laughter of Orgo Night to the musical feast of Bacchanal, arts events are a mainstay of campus culture.
Singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright discusses his new film "“Sing Me the Songs that Say I Love You: A Concert for Kate McGarrigle.”
As Tribeca kicks off, it's easy for Columbia students to daydream about how much more exciting life is downtown...and about joining the ranks of alumni such as Bill Siegel and Mo Ogrodnik, who will each premiere films at the festival.
Robert Redford heads an all-star cast in a new drama portraying the famous anti-war group.
New Gosling flick is a gritty, moving drama, whose power its stars and director attribute to the actors' immersion in their roles.
MTV's new reality show attempts an inspiring turn with host Andrew Jenks.
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