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.
In the Oscar-nominated documentary "How to Survive a Plague," director David France uses first-hand footage of AIDS activists alongside interviews with survivors of the epidemic to tell an inspirational story.
With Oscar season fast approaching, Spectator calls upon five local film experts to give you a leg up in your pool.
The third annual festival brings Oscar-nominated features and documentaries to the Barnard campus.
Film professor Annette Insdorf contributed to a film panel on the Oscars at the 92Y.
Academy Award-winning documentarian Alex Gibney produced "Mea Maxima Culpa" in response to Laurie Goodstein's reporting on sexual predation in the Roman Catholic Church.
Jun 20, 12:17am
Is @sree leaving? Sree Sreenivasan, the University’s first chief digital officer, is stepping down, according to Capital New York. Sreenivasan, who has been at Columbia for more than 20 years,... Read More
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