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Fordham Visual Arts: From Classroom to ‘Class-Zoom’

September 17, 2020

Fordham’s visual arts community adapts to a "pandemic way of life" and making visual arts classes accessible to students across the world.

The Academy of Disappointment

The Academy of Disappointment

January 20, 2020

With the beginning of the semester comes awards season, and editor Ethan Coughlin is disappointed with the nominations despite his initial excitement.

To some, the “I Have A Machine Gun Now Ho-Ho-Ho

Debating and Classifying the ‘Christmas Movie’

December 19, 2019

Does having Christmas decorations in a movie classify it as a Christmas movie? Kevin Stoll and students weigh in.

Tom Hanks and other cast members of

Review: ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’ Honors Mr. Rogers’ Kindness

December 4, 2019

The new Tom Hanks film, succeeds in drawing the audience into the film and making them feel personally touched by Rogers' benevolence.

Photorealist Audrey Flack, the subject of a female-led documentary, said of her own career:

‘Queen of Hearts:’ Female Filmmaking and Art Collide

December 4, 2019

Following a screening of Deborah Shaffer and Rachel Reichman's new film about artist Audrey Flack downtown, the co-directors discuss feminism and art.

Kayla Champion, FCLC '22, (left) and Daejah Woolery, FCLC '22, are two of the student filmmakers whose movies were screened at the festival this semester.

Screening Big at the 48-Hour Film Festival

December 4, 2019

The Fordham Filmmaking Club's biannual 48-hour film festival saw more films than ever before and expected to continue its growth.

Professor Destigmatizes Disorders Through Performance Art

November 7, 2019

Science professor Stephanie Rogers produces "A Lot on the Mind," a series that tells the stories of people with neurological disorders.

Kathryn Feeney has roles in

Alumni Spotlight: Kathryn Feeney

August 25, 2019

The lifelong actress took a hiatus from performing in college, but an unexpected tragedy led her to rethink her passion.

Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center is one of the venues that will play host to screenings at this year's film festival.

Film Festival Returns to Lincoln Center

August 25, 2019

The 57th annual New York Film Festival will take place right across from Fordham's Lincoln Center campus.

Phillip Youmans won this year's Tribeca Film Festival narrative competition at 19, making him the youngest ever to do so.

College Freshman Phenom Wins Tribeca Film Festival’s Top Prize

June 8, 2019

An NYU student became the youngest filmmaker ever admitted into Tribeca Film Festival this year.

A Film Major's First Film Festival

A Film Major’s First Film Festival

June 8, 2019

A student discusses her experience watching up-and-coming filmmakers at Tribeca Film Festival.

Lincoln Center filmmakers experience the full red carpet experience.

Movie Fest Spotlights Fordham Filmmakers

April 30, 2019

Sixteen student films were chosen for the annual event.