Category Archives: Television

Jim Henson’s Fantastic World at Museum of the Moving Image

The best part of revisiting any great piece of art several years after you first encounter it is that you inevitably see it differently. Inevitably, you come to realize that you are the one that has changed rather than the … Continue reading

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Columbia Cinema: New Short Films from Columbia University School of the Arts

Columbia University’s Graduate Film Program is among the world’s foremost training facilities in the art of narrative filmmaking. The achievements of its esteemed alumni include top prizes at Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Berlin and the Academy Awards! July 20th marked the … Continue reading

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Must CTV!

Some say that television is the medium of the 21st century. Columbia University’s CTV would agree. At Columbia University, television enthusiasts make their passion a practice at CTV. CTV is a student run network that produces News, Sports, and Original Programming … Continue reading

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Finally, the Return of the Greatest Character in Television History. Ever. Period.

Joshua Jackson was all over the interwebs this week as he made his triumphant return as the much-loved and dearly missed fantasy of late ‘90s high schoolers everywhere: Pacey Witter. Since he was in San Diego for Comic-Con anyway (to … Continue reading

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Video of the Day: Because Life is Better with a Vuvuzela

So what have you been up to this summer? Working hard at that internship, or skipping out of work to get drunk at odd mornings while blowing a plastic horn for a country you have only vague and irrelevant ties … Continue reading

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Goodbye to Rue McClanahan, the Sassiest of the Golden Girls

Rue McClanahan, who played man-crazy Southern belle Blanche Devereaux on the acclaimed sitcom The Golden Girls, died this morning. While I seriously encourage a thorough exploration of the series through YouTube (it was surprisingly edgy and progressive for an ’80s … Continue reading

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Live (and Free) from New York…

Don’t tell my parents, but the main reason I moved to New York was for The Colbert Report. Going to Columbia was a convenient way to get here, but I came for Colbert. I hoped (I guess I still hope, … Continue reading

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