Daveen Koh '13 reviews Cornell Cinema's organ-accompanied screening of the original Phantom of the Opera.
Five Arts and Entertainment writers pick who will, and should, win the 2013 Academy Awards.
Zachary Zahos '15 sees the conversion from celluloid to digital film as inevitable, unavoidable and nearly complete.
Banff Film Festival returned to Cornell this weekend at Bailey Hall and gave Danyoung Kim '16, along with a slew of filmmakers and Ithacans, a new appreciation for the outdoors.
Adam Lerner '13 roots for an Oscars underdog and reflects on the modern taboo of mental health.
The first time I saw 12 Monkeys, Terry Gilliam’s tale of time travel and global catastrophe, it blew my mind, says Sam Bromer '16.
If a film doesn't make you uncomfortable, it isn't doing it's job. Henry Staley '16 explains why Django Unchained is just offensive enough.
Daveen Koh '14 discusses Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, a startling look at one of the world's most unapologetic artists.
The first film in Cornell Cinema’s Experimental Film Series is Free Radicals: A History of Experimental Film.
Jacques Audiard's Rust and Bone offers an intimate and highly realistic portrait of life, writes Eleni Konstantopoulos '13