Students Film for ‘HeForShe’

Students Film for ‘HeForShe’

Ankita Bhanot, Dining Editor
May 2, 2016
Filed under FEATURES

A new documentary premiering this summer features NYU students and faculty talking about their views on feminism.

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Though Born Without an Umbilical Cord, ‘Viktoria’ Ties Together a Tale of Maternal Love

Though Born Without an Umbilical Cord, ‘Viktoria’ Ties Together a Tale of Maternal Love

Zuzia Czemier-Wolonciej, Staff Writer
April 29, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Film

"Viktoria" tells the story of the relationship between a mother and her baby girl born without an umbilical cord.

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‘Sacrifice’ Portrays The Evil of Patriarchal Societies

‘Sacrifice’ Portrays The Evil of Patriarchal Societies

Dejarelle Gaines, Copy Chief
April 28, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Film

"Sacrifice" tells the story of a surgeon who finds a young woman's body after moving into a new house.

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‘Viva’ Brings New Life to the Queer Coming-of-Age Tale

‘Viva’ Brings New Life to the Queer Coming-of-Age Tale

Angelica Chong, Contributing Writer
April 28, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Film

Set in Cuba, "Viva" centers on Jesus, whose father does not approve of his desire to be a drag performer.

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Tribeca 2016: ‘Elvis and Nixon’ Shames the Figures it Depicts

Tribeca 2016: ‘Elvis and Nixon’ Shames the Figures it Depicts

Tony Schwab, Staff Writer
April 27, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Film, Tribeca 2016

"Elvis & Nixon," starring Michael Shannon and Kevin Spacey, recounts the story of the two men meeting at the White House.

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‘High-Rise’ Falls Short

‘High-Rise’ Falls Short

Ethan Sapienza, Film Editor
April 25, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Tribeca 2016

"High-Rise," a highly anticipated title at TFF starring Tom Hiddleston, centers on the class hierarchies of the residents in a tower.

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Alum Ido Fluk Talks ‘The Ticket’

Alum Ido Fluk Talks ‘The Ticket’

Ethan Sapienza, Film Editor
April 25, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Tribeca 2016

Exclusive interview with NYU alum and filmmaker Ido Fluk about his film "The Ticket" which debuted at Tribeca Film Festival.

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‘Dough:’ Baked in Two Ways

‘Dough:’ Baked in Two Ways

Bradley Alsop, Staff Writer
April 25, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Film

"Dough" tells the story of a baker whose failing business is reinvigorated when his new hire starts putting marijuana in the dough.

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‘Untouchable’ Questions the Unspeakable Truth

‘Untouchable’ Questions the Unspeakable Truth

Sidney Butler, Staff Writer
April 22, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Film, Tribeca 2016

"Untouchable" is a vital documentary that chronicles sex offender laws and those affected on all sides.

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Tribeca 2016: Anthony Bourdain’s Doc Brings an Eccentric Cook Back Into the Light

Tribeca 2016: Anthony Bourdain’s Doc Brings an Eccentric Cook Back Into the Light

Ethan Sapienza, Film Editor
April 20, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Film, Tribeca 2016

A documentary screening at Tribeca called "Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent" follows the life of the famous chef.

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Tribeca 2016: Deb Shoval and Breeda Wool talk ‘AWOL’

Tribeca 2016: Deb Shoval and Breeda Wool talk ‘AWOL’

Sidney Butler, Staff Writer
April 19, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Film, Tribeca 2016

Director Deb Shoval and star Breeda Wool sat down with WSN to discuss their new film "AWOL" which is screening at Tribeca Film Festival.

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Tribeca 2016: David Byrne Led “Contemporary Color” Dazzles at Premiere

Tribeca 2016: David Byrne Led “Contemporary Color” Dazzles at Premiere

Tony Schwab, Staff Writer
April 19, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Film, Tribeca 2016

Our dispatches from Tribeca begin with a review of "Contemporary Color", a documentary about the color guard concert put on by David Byrne at Barclays Center last year.

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