Film

NYFF 2017: All You Need to Know

By EMERSON SHERBOURNE Staff WriterThe New York Film Festival (NYFF), now in its 55th year, is a two-and-a-half-week event that features extraordinary films. People submit...

Latin America Is Only A Subway Stop Away

By ALYANA VERA Staff WriterLatinx Heritage Month officially started on Friday, September 15 and will last until October 15. During the month, events will be...

Last Minute Emmy Nominations Buzz

By LINDSAY JORGENSEN Asst. Arts & Culture Editor With the fall semester at Fordham Lincoln Center (FLC) underway and students focused and working hard, the Emmy...

“IT” Brings a Genuine Horror Story Back to Theaters

By MARYANNA ANTOLDI         Arts & Culture EditorIn 1986, legendary horror writer Stephen King released his 18th novel, “IT”, a whopping 1200-page thriller following a...

“Game of Thrones” Preserves Its Reign

By MARYANNA ANTOLDI Arts & Culture EditorQuite possibly the hottest show of the summer was the newest season of HBO’s fantasy series “Game of Thrones.”...

Student Filmmakers Find Summer Success

By MARYANNA ANTOLDI Arts & Culture EditorOver the summer, two incredible Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) student filmmakers, Luke Momo, FCLC ‘19, and Nevin...

Wonder Woman: The First DC Movie to do the Work

By FRANCO GIACOMARRA Contributing WriterAlas, DC Comics fans can finally rejoice. The first successful entry in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) has arrived. “Wonder Woman”...

The Inspirational Force of “Tickling Giants”

By STEPHAN KOZUB News EditorInspired by Jon Stewart and The Daily Show, Dr. Bassem Youssef set up a camera and table in his laundry room....

“Wonder Woman” Dominates the DC Universe

By MARYANNA ANTOLDI Arts & Culture EditorIn a world where superheroes are primarily machismo men fighting to make the world a better place, it is...

Review: “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”

By MARYANNA ANTOLDI Arts & Culture EditorIn 2003, Walt Disney Studios paired with visionary Jerry Bruckheimer to produce something unheard of in the cinematic world—a...