Film

Imagine wanting to be someone else because you don’t seem to live life to the fullest. You just diligently do what you’re supposed to do, and you’re in a relationship that is of mere complacency.

Founded by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff in the wake of 9/11, the Tribeca Film Festival is New York City’s most popular film event of the year.

March is Women’s History month and what better way to celebrate than kicking back and watching classics with female leads and directors . The Fordham Observer is sharing some of our favorites.

FCLC sponsors discussion and screening of film on Mexican American architectural photographer Pedro E. Guerrero.

Each semester Fordham’s visual arts department puts together a student film festival to showcase films that students have been working on in their film classes. The Fordham film festival is a free event for all faculty, staff and students.

"Bridge of Spies" tells the story of one of the greatest spy swaps in American history, which was made possible by renowned lawyer, James B. Donovan (FCRH '37).

"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" offers a unique experience for its audience members to participate by dancing and yelling with the live cast. This musical horror comedy continues to thrive thanks to its cult following.

James Marios Ellinas' short film, "Sleep" was nominated for Best Short Film at the London Greek Film Festival.

Gondry is a French film director whose films include "The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and "Be Kind Rewind."

There are many films and special events to see at the New York Film Festival, running from Sept. 25-Oct. 11. They can be free or sold at discount prices for students.