Arts & Lifestyles in America
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The movie thinks it’s saying something profound about human nature and America. But really, it’s off key about so many things.
Diplomats travel from one trouble spot to the next in “The Final Year,” a look at the waning days of the Obama administration.
The documentary looks at the mass killings of kangaroos for pet-food companies, leather processors and ranchers in Australia.
The second film from the Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev finally gets a New York run.
A charming children’s entertainment with hints of Miyazaki and “Harry Potter.”
The documentary presents a highlight reel of crucial events from the South African singer and activist’s life.
This documentary is compiled entirely from Russian dashboard camera videos.
In this morbid satire about parents trying to kill their kids, Mr. Cage has plenty of opportunity to go full him.
Ms. Bee said that Mr. Ansari, the actor and author of “Modern Romance: An Investigation,” ought to have noticed if he was making his date uncomfortable.
The proportion of French plays written and directed by women is low. But four Paris productions show a great diversity of talent.
“Portlandia” returns for its eighth and final season. And the new Paramount Network offers a lip-sync tribute to Michael Jackson.
American Crime Story: ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’ Season Premiere: Someone Really Special
The season probes the motives of Andrew Cunanan, the serial killer who murdered the fashion designer in 1997.
Rethinking the art made in the wake of the Holocaust, celebrating the new with Raphaela Simon’s stripes and filing away the quotidian in Yasuo Ihara’s boxes.
Endeavor Content has acquired the rights to Michael Wolff’s No. 1 best-selling book. But no TV network or film studio is attached to the project.
A show of royal crests from Cameroon brings you face to face (and soul to soul) with African sculpture.
On this week’s podcast, the “Shape of Water” actor reads an essay about how running away from your problems can sometimes lead to an answer.
Zubin Mehta, leaving after half a century, gives his baton to a 29-year-old Israeli conductor with a growing international career: Lahav Shani.
The competing legacies of two pioneering Chicago architects frame a documentary’s exploration of the modern American cityscape.
The star of “The Disaster Artist” faces accusations of sexually exploitative behavior, but the news broke after many academy members had already voted.
The New York City Ballet principal Maria Kowroski dances the opening of George Balanchine’s “Mozartiana.”