Category : Entertainment & Arts

The Riddle of Riley Keough

The “Zola” actress has a knack for inhabiting working-class characters who feel real, even though her own family history is as outrageous...

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‘The New Bauhaus’ Review: Rethinking an Approach to...

This documentary on the interdisciplinary artist Laszlo Moholy-Nagy makes the case that he should be a household name.

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My Summer of Hitchcock and Cold Cherries

The writer Mona Awad on an evening tradition passed down by her mother.

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Falling Back in Love With Cannes

After the 2020 edition was canceled, what would the return of the film festival be like? Chock-full of songs and thought-provoking...

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Stream These Five Action Films Now

This month’s picks span the globe and range from a solemn meditation on grief to a fight against bloodthirsty sharks.

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In ‘Fear Street,’ a Lesbian Romance Provides Hope...

Mainstream horror rarely lets queer women be the heroes. The Netflix trilogy takes a defiant stance with a relationship that covers...

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Spike Lee Accidentally Reveals Palme d’Or Winner Early:...

Julia Ducournau becomes the second woman to win the top prize, after Jane Campion in 1993. The surprise reveal came at the start of...

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Cannes: This Is the Only Thing Gaspar Noé Fears About...

The provocative director returns to the film festival with “Vortex,” a meditation on old age. Some are calling it his “Amour,” though...

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Bourdain Documentary’s Use of A.I. to Mimic Voice...

The documentary “Roadrunner” by Morgan Neville uses 45 seconds of a voice that sounds like Bourdain, generated with artificial intelligence....

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Anthony Bourdain ‘Roadrunner’ Documentary Seeks to...

“Roadrunner” takes an intimate look at Mr. Bourdain’s career and his struggles, using archival footage and interviews from members...

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Ford and Mellon Foundations Expand Initiative for...

The foundations are adding $5 million to the Disability Futures program, which will continue through 2025 with two more classes of...

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‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Review: That’s Not Quite...

The Looney Tunes characters are back on the court, this time with LeBron James, in this update to the 1996 live action/animation hybrid.

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Two PBS Documentaries Offer More Depth on Caribbean...

The prismatic “Landfall” and “Stateless” upend typical narratives about the triumph of the human spirit and show us the complexities...

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In ‘Xiao Wu,’ a Wandering Pickpocket in the People’s...

Jia Zhangke’s debut feature, released in the United States in 1999 and newly restored, follows a nowhere man around his nowhere city...

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