Uptown, the Film Society of Lincoln Center is hosting “The Female Gaze,” a two-week survey of films shot by women cinematographers.
In the age of “Get Out,” “A Quiet Place” and “Hereditary,” WSN recommends intelligent horror films that came before Jordan Peele.
WSN Staff places their bets for who will take home this year’s top prize at the 90th Academy Awards.
WSN Staff fills you in on the best films you might have missed in 2017.
A year later, “I Am Not Your Negro” is still more relevant than ever.
Buckle up. “Eighth Grade” is taking us on a trip down memory lane.
A jubilant procession of students, teachers, donors and alumni congregated at the Capitale on Monday night for the Tisch School of the Arts 2018 Gala.
After being waitlisted or denied entry into the capstone course for the Film & TV program, students in Tisch created and posted flyers voicing their grievances.
Emma Seligman’s senior thesis “Shiva Baby” premiered at SXSW last week. I sat down with the student filmmaker to discuss shivas and sugar babies.
As part of WSN’s 2018 Up-and-Comers, I sat down with emerging filmmaker Alexia Salingaros to talk about her philanthropy, success and future.