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Tribeca 2017: Oppressive Humidity, Stifling Grief in ‘One Percent More Humid’

Tribeca 2017: Oppressive Humidity, Stifling Grief in ‘One Percent More Humid’

By Hailey Nuthals, Editor-in-Chief

April 26, 2017


Filed under Arts, Film, Top Stories, Tribeca Film Fest

Liz W. Garcia's "One Percent More Humid" accurately and messily depicts grief and the process of healing for two young women.

‘One Week and a Day’ Is an Uneven Portrait of Grief

‘One Week and a Day’ Is an Uneven Portrait of Grief

By Tyler Stevens, Contributing Writer

April 24, 2017


Filed under Arts, Film

What happens when your allotted week-and-a-day of postmortem grieving are up, but you're still not over your loved one's death?

Film ‘Heal the Living’ Weaves Stories of Loss and Chance

Film ‘Heal the Living’ Weaves Stories of Loss and Chance

By Daniella Nichinson, Staff Writer

April 12, 2017


Filed under Arts, Film

Katell Quillevere's new film "Heal the Living" is a slow burn, and a carefully crafted examination of narratives of grief.

Tisch to Manchester: Family, Grief and Writer’s Block

Tisch to Manchester: Family, Grief and Writer’s Block

By Ethan Sapienza, Film Editor

February 21, 2017


Filed under Arts, Film, Top Stories

Before he faces the nerves and excitement of finding out which of six Academy Award nominations he won this week, Kenneth Lonergan spoke with WSN about his latest film, "Manchester By the Sea," and what he feels when looking back at his time at Tisch.

“An Occupation of Loss” Supports The Expression of Grief

“An Occupation of Loss” Supports The Expression of Grief

By Natalie Breuer, Contributing Writer

September 21, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

Taryn Simon's limited-run exhibit at the Park Ave Armory, "Occupation of Loss," explores the complex way we have come to regard the sensation of grief in a way that bulldozes the taboo around expressing it.

Online users miss emotional connection

Online users miss emotional connection

September 13, 2012


Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Opinion

My news feed is a slew of uninteresting comments and photo albums of my not-quite friends, periodically updating every few minutes. Out of the ordinary, mundane blue haze of activity, an enormous banner draws my attention to a page that apparently 56 of my friends have liked, and whose three big, bold...