The stars are descending upon this year’s seventh annual Athena Film Festival, which will take place at Barnard from Feb. 9 to 12.
“Rolling! Speed! Action!” What precedes is the changing of a film lens. The adjustment of a boom mic. The placement of a prop. The set-up is meticulous, the hundreds of shot angles tedious, the hours tiresome, but the end product—worth it.
I weaved through the throngs of dripping raincoats, umbrella spokes, and rain boots to secure my spot near the Miller Theatre lobby staircase.
Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Amy Berg presents an authentic portrayal of the raw, wild nature of the trailblazing 1960s rocker.
Although “45 Years” is a bit slow-paced, the British drama’s exceptional acting and directing make the film believable and gripping.
Rick Alverson’s Entertainment is at once cynical, melancholy, and exquisitely still.
Tom Hooper’s “The Danish Girl” provides a disappointing portrayal of transgender pioneer Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegner.
Film giants including Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson, and Richard Linklater give their opinion on Hitchcock’s work.
“The Assassin,” a co-production between Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China presents detailed historical reconstruction of ninth-century China’s landscapes, and realistically choreographed fight scenes.
"LOVE" delivers an emotionally-charged look at romantic relationships