“B.F.F.s” is a short film following the trials and tribulations of young adults in love and friendship.
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Professor Clarence Ball, lecturer at the Gabelli School of Business, who teaches business communications recently won an Emmy for the documentary he produced, “Looking Over Jordan: African Americans and the War,” a film that details the African-American experience in the South before, during and after the Civil War.
Broadway dimmed its lights Wednesday, Feb. 5 for Academy Award winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, who was found dead from an apparent drug overdose in his West Village apartment on Sunday, Feb. 2.
Audiences tend to judge a film by its director and actors, but more often then not, those who give a film life—the set designers—go unrecognized.
On Jan. 16, at 5:30 a.m. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (otherwise known as The Academy) announced their nominations for the 86th Academy Awards.
The 2014 Golden Globe Awards, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler for the second year, took place on Sunday, Jan. 12.
On Tuesday Nov. 13, the Coca-Cola Company hosted a New York City screening of the 2013 biopic, “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom,” the first in a series of college screenings, this time, it's directed towards Fordham University and Columbia University students.
Fordham alum Thomas Maier, FCRH '78, on seeing "Master of Sex," which is based on his biography of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, come to television.
Before Taylor Schilling was chasing after fabled chickens in prison, fighting off the romantic advances “Crazy Eyes” and struggling with life in all-women’s correctional facility, she was walking to Lowenstein from her dorm room.
Most people know Peter Mayhew as the beloved character “Chewbacca,” from “Star Wars”.