Arts execs take a break from ranking Radiohead vs. Spoon to rank... whatever they feel like.
Though released just a week shy of Halloween, Robert Zemeckis’ beautifully animated “A Christmas Carol” proves itself the perfect ghost ...
Elaborate costumes, gorgeous cinematography, British accents, a doomed romance—on paper, writer and director Jane Campion’s “Bright Star” contains all the
If you’ve ever seen a Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club production, you’ve likely seen Jonah C. Priour ’09 on stage. The actor,
Perched atop Dr. Manhattan’s Martian crystalline palace, “Watchmen” hero Laurie Jupiter gazes deeply into his white eyes. She pleads desperately
“There is no better time to be a film critic than now, because films have never been better,” joked Boston
“Let The Right One In” is one of the most bizarre movies I’ve seen in a long time, but it’s
Particular landscapes can have a strong emotional impact on artists, and for first-time writer and director Lance Hammer, who screened
“American Teen” is a simultaneously humorous and heartbreaking look at the challenges teenagers must overcome in their senior years of
Two students received the Philip Hofer Prize yesterday, an award given to students whose personal collections of books or works
Wow. How does one describe Björk’s music video for her single “Wanderlust” in words that are commonly used in the
Laura M. Togut ’08 definitely has chutzpah. “A Little Night Yiddish,” written and directed by Togut, features traditional Jewish songs
Harvard-Radcliffe Television (HRTV) will be launching a new video-sharing Web site called “CrimsonClips” this Thursday. The site combines current HRTV
Chris Cooper is one of those actors who, despite co-starring roles in dozens of films, may trigger only a vague