The 49th annual New York Film Festival puts the new Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center to full use with its jam-packed program of panel, retrospectives, and screenings.
Great things come in fives—especially when it comes to the year 2010.
Cartoons aren't just a relic of middle school—at Comic Con, anyone can show their love of anime, video games, and more.
Columbians can put homework out of sight, out of mind with activities reminiscent of the carefree days of summer.
A new student's guide to keeping up with film and TV and keeping out of trouble with CUIT and Barnard Resnet
Step aside, James Franco—there's a new Columbia film star in town.
Hard-to-get tickets and travel make the Tribeca Film Festival challenging for students to attend.
New York City’s best locations for preserving the spirit of spring break range from serene outdoor plazas to heavily air-conditioned museums and movie theaters.
Scorsese's latest release is an unexpected but welcome move for the accomplished director.
Unfortunately, in the footsteps of “Volver” and “All About My Mother,” “Broken Embraces” is less raunchy than Almodovar would have audiences believe.
May 17, 11:47pm
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