Undergraduate drug experimentation gets the TV treatment in a new half-hour dramedy by Clea Litewka.
"Handsome Harry," from School of the Arts professors Bette Gordon and Nick Proferes, looks at the experiences of Vietnam veterans.
Alumna Greta Gerwig, BC '06, goes from mumblecore to mainstream with "Greenberg."
Five students will present their theater senior theses at Minor Latham Playhouse this week.
Columbia University Film Productions, the student-run film society on campus, makes it possible for undergrads interested in filmmaking to get involved in every part of the process.
Cherien Dabis uses her life as a Palestinan American growing up in Ohio as inspiration for her new film “Amreeka,” a story revolving around immigration.
As Gene Rhee puts it, “Relationships are something everyone can relate to—straight or gay, man or woman. What is life without relationships?”
The Trouble With Romance, Rhee’s debut feature film that was released last Friday at Quad Cinemas Theaters, attempts to answer this question.
Hotel lobbies are notorious for playing mediocre jazz on repeat. GEM Hotels, a new collection of boutique hotels in NYC, wants to change that.
To the average Morningside Heights resident, 106th Street may seem pretty ordinary.
Sam Mendes’ production of Anton Chekhov’s Cherry Orchard is a precarious balance of extremes. Merging the Russian playwright’s naturalist text with a 21st century aesthetic, Mendes fuses a touch of symbolism, comedic flare, and contemplative, existential themes in his production of the play.
May 17, 11:47pm
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