Film

It’s Just a Jump to the Left

"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.

Senior’s Short Film Premieres at London Greek Film Festival

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

Michel Gondry to Teach a Masterclass at Fordham

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

What to Look Out for at 53rd New York Film Festival

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.

Stanley Tucci Filming at Rose Hill

Tucci, an Oscar nominated actor, is filming a role on the Bronx campus

Actress/Activist Laverne Cox Speaks on her Career and Fight for Equality

Laverne Cox has been fighting for the rights of the LGBTQA+ and transgender communities, especially those of color.

Alumna Returns for Second Season of “You’re the Worst”

“It affected me tremendously!” Kether Donohue, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ‘08, said while looking back at her classroom experiences at Fordham.

Abd Al Malik Discusses Debut Film, “May Allah Bless France,” at FCLC

On Friday March 6, the internationally acclaimed French musician and writer gave students and faculty insight into the influential power of cinema in France.

The Two Sides of Fordham in Film

In modern film and television, audiences see both the good and bad sides of characters associated with Fordham.

Brian Rose: The ‘Stellar’ Film Interviewer

While teaching numerous film and television courses, Professor of Communications and Media Studies Brian Rose’s passion for film is apparent at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC). But this enthusiasm for film spreads outside of the classroom, where Rose takes on the eager role of moderator in conversations between acclaimed actors and directors for the major creative guilds in New York City and Britain.