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David Oyelowo, so brilliant in a recent theater production of Othello, playing the king against Daniel Craig's Iago, is now
Dev Patel plays Saroo Brierley all grown up in Australia. It's a stretch because the boy is so tiny, you have to believe
As a film, Author: The JT LeRoy Story provides a unique window into this San Francisco based writer, punk rocker, con artist.
Directors Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow pay tribute to Brian De Palma in the best way possible in the documentary, De Palma
For some, even the talk of math inspires a mind freeze. The actor Dev Patel who plays a real life math genius from Madras
"The Voyeur's Motel" is gripping and salacious. But since its publication, some readers have expressed uneasiness with both the content and the measures taken to report on -- and protect -- the man at the center of the story.
Black people know the condescension of a resume check. We know what it is to have a white person signal their confusion over our status or success. These sorts of microaggressions are ways of pointing out the superiority of the dominant group. Ways of saying we don't belong.
I know a married man and father of two who bought a twenty-one-room motel near Denver many years ago in order to become its
The patron saint of smart New York women, Nora Ephron is sorely missed. We have not seen her like since 2012 when she died
My favorite moments are the girls preparing for the dance, particularly selecting their gowns in a local bridal boutique. The fashion moment plays with our standards of beauty and self-image.
For his Café Carlyle debut performance, vocalist Kurt Elling celebrates Frank Sinatra's centennial with "Elling Swings Sinatra
MoMA's Titus I theater looked like a gathering for New York filmmakers and artists on Monday night: Wes Anderson, Noah Baumbach, Greta Gerwig, Jim Jarmusch, Laurie Anderson, Hal Willner, Gay Talese, and others, many of whom had already seen the Apu Trilogy as Satyajit Ray's masterwork is called.
It's deeply reassuring when our president shows how he is paying attention. Remembering. And his numbers don't lie. Barack Obama continues to lead us away from the Great Republican Recession.