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Tisch Gala Celebrates Students, Calls For Change

Tisch Gala Celebrates Students, Calls For Change

By Ryan Mikel, Arts Editor

April 18, 2018


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

A call for change in diversity and inclusivity at NYU was at the center of Tisch School of the Arts' annual gala this year.

Essential New York Films to Appreciate New York

Essential New York Films to Appreciate New York

By Daniella Nichinson, Film Editor

September 5, 2017


Filed under Arts, Film

Many, many films have captured the essential essence of New York City -- here are our choices of the ones that did it best.

The Blur Between Netflix and Film

The Blur Between Netflix and Film

By Daniella Nichinson, Staff Writer

April 6, 2017


Filed under Arts, Film

Netflix just bought the rights to Martin Scorsese's next gangster film, starring Robert De Niro — is this the beginning of the end for movie theaters?

Tisch School of the Arts Commencement

Tisch School of the Arts Commencement

By Clio McConnell, Arts Editor

May 23, 2014


Filed under News

Friday, May 23 11 a.m. Radio City Music Hall 1620 Avenue of the Americas 950 bachelor degree graduates The talent in the room was palpable at the Tisch School of the Arts commencement ceremony. Radio City Music Hall is no stranger to gifted performers, but rarely does it hold such a sheer numbe...

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...

ARTS ISSUE: ‘Wolf of Wall Street,’ Scorsese focus on real-life lavishness

ARTS ISSUE: ‘Wolf of Wall Street,’ Scorsese focus on real-life lavishness

December 5, 2013


Filed under Arts

In “The Wolf of Wall Street,” yachts, girls and Ferraris are abundant. Wall Street has always been home to excess, and director Martin Scorsese hones in on that extravagance, which looks to be the prime focus of his most recent film. If the power suit and tie and the beautifully positioned Jaguar in the opening sce...