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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?

Weekend: Take a Break From Midterms, Please

Weekend: Take a Break From Midterms, Please

March 3, 2016


Filed under Features

Even though it’s midterm season and you should probably be studying, it’s always good to get out for some fresh air and some entertainment for at least part of your weekend. Here are some activities to do around New York City over the weekend. Metrograph Metrograph is New York City’s newest independent ...

Catch up on Oscar-nominated films around the city

Catch up on Oscar-nominated films around the city

February 28, 2014


Filed under Arts

Haven’t seen all of the best picture nominees for the Academy Awards yet? Don’t worry, because with the privilege of living in New York City, you will be able to catch all of the films before the ceremony on March 2 without having to travel more than a few subway stops. “American Hustle” is ...

Theaters near NYU offer range of indie, mainstream films

Theaters near NYU offer range of indie, mainstream films

August 25, 2013


Filed under Arts

  Cinematically inclined freshmen will likely be wondering what movie theaters will soon become their filmic hot spots. New York City has a wide variety of movie theaters, with films ranging from independent to mainstream, and spread out across all five boroughs. A few select names, however, deserve attention for their contributions to the New York film communit...