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John Krasinski Tries Out Horror with ‘A Quiet Place’

John Krasinski Tries Out Horror with ‘A Quiet Place’

By Zuleyma Sanchez, Staff Writer

March 26, 2018


Filed under Arts, Film

After tackling comedy, action, and independent films, John Krasinski is shedding new light on his creative ability and the importance of genre films.

Liv Ullmann Remembers Ingmar Bergman at Film Forum

Liv Ullmann Remembers Ingmar Bergman at Film Forum

By Jessica Xing

March 9, 2018


Filed under Arts, Film

In honor of Bergman’s upcoming cenential, Film Forum is showing over 30 of Bergman’s films, which included a special visit from actress and muse Liv Ullmann.

Alexia Salingaros

Alexia Salingaros

By Ryan Mikel, Arts Editor

March 8, 2018


Filed under Uncategorized

For Tisch sophomore Alexia Salingaros, the magic of filmmaking began with summer lethargy and the absence of cable television in her San Antonio home. “The summer after seventh grade, I was super bored,” she said. “I decided to bring my Lego action figures to life, and that eventually turned...

Woody Allen’s ‘A Rainy Day in New York’ Should Not Be Released

Woody Allen’s ‘A Rainy Day in New York’ Should Not Be Released

By Amelia Levin-Sheffield, Contributing Writer

January 30, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Woody Allen's not-so-much-of-a secret in Hollywood has gone dismissed by many actors by them blindly agreeing to work with him despite his past.

Movies Like ‘Snowden’ Will Never Be Objective

By Hao Ly, Contributing Writer

October 28, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Those watching “Snowden” and any other movies with political messages should be aware of the intentions of the director and be ready to think on the movie’s political viewpoints within a larger context.

Music program welcomes director

Music program welcomes director

By Lingyi Hou, Staff Writer

September 8, 2015


Filed under Features

Larry Miller has been named the new director of Steinhardt's music business program.

‘Act One’ suffers from lackluster script

‘Act One’ suffers from lackluster script

May 1, 2014


Filed under Arts

Theater is hard. This is the main message conveyed by “Act One,” a new play written and directed by James Lapine. The visually stunning production, currently running at Lincoln Center Theater, narrates the early life and theatrical career of playwright Moss Hart. Hart is best known to today...

Russell follows model of Scorsese, Burton with Lawrence as muse

Russell follows model of Scorsese, Burton with Lawrence as muse

February 13, 2014


Filed under Arts

  By Alicia Fine   Fresh from the award-winning success of “American Hustle,” director and screenwriter David O. Russell has already started work on his next project — a biopic of Joy Mangano, the creator of the Miracle Mop and an array of other handy household items. Russ...