Columbia University alumnus Graham Moore won for “The Imitation Game” at the 2015 Oscars.
Funnyman David Cross offers up a harsh reflection of where we might be headed in his new film, but loses his comedic touch in the process.
The fifth annual Athena Film Festival Awards Reception took place Saturday night in the Diana Event Oval, honoring women’s contributions to the film industry.
“Girlhood” follows the misadventures of Marieme, a 16-year-old teenager struggling with poverty and abuse who finds solace when she joins a gang.
Entertainment writer Alison Herman, CC ’15, participated in a panel discussion with filmmakers and comedians that put “The Shining” and “Bridget Jones’s Diary” to the Bechdel test.
While not a biopic, “Selma” provides a snapshot of the Civil Rights revolution.
"I Am Suzanne!" is surrealist and subversively feminist.
Jodie Foster is set to headline the 2015 Athena Film Festival, which seeks to empower young women and display the importance of their perspective through female-centric films and workshops.
Director Talya Lavie’s newest film is a look into the banalities of teendom and office work in the Israeli Defense Force.
Chris Rock explains the moviemaking process and the ideas behind his new movie, “Top Five,” which follows a stand-up comedian’s attempt to be taken seriously as an actor.