27 Nov. 2023 - 16:47 UTC
Big plans: the latest from Ridley Scott, trailblazing auteur–turned–late-career journeyman, is an epic biopic of the war-mongering emperor that turns out to be a bit weirder than it initially seems
27 Nov. 2023 - 16:12 UTC
Perchance to dream: a satire on celebrity and cancel culture, Kristoffer Borgli’s new Nicholas Cage–vehicle, Dream Scenario, treads the thin line between critique and caricature
22 Nov. 2023 - 23:10 UTC
Gateway art: Inney Prakash joins to discuss this year's Mumbai Film Festival, an oasis for indie cinema in the glitzy homebase of Bollywood
20 Nov. 2023 - 16:39 UTC
Material history: Dominik Graf discusses his latest documentary, an investigation of the numerous German writers and artists who collaborated (often quietly) with the Nazi regime
20 Nov. 2023 - 16:29 UTC
How Soon Is Now? The Killer, David Fincher’s latest entry in the canon of cinema du sociopath is a sleek, meticulously assembled film lives up to its punny tagline: “Execution Is Everything.”
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27 Nov. 2023 - 3:34 UTC
The ex-“Riverdale” star transformed himself for Todd Haynes’s new drama. As an actor, he’s caught between wanting to be seen and wanting to disappear.
26 Nov. 2023 - 17:31 UTC
The star skipped the red carpet and slipped into the celebrity-filled screening on Saturday night. But the movie pulls back the curtain — a little.
26 Nov. 2023 - 10:01 UTC
Aki Kaurismaki’s “Fallen Leaves” is both magical and despairing, born of what the Finnish auteur’s stars say is an unusual shooting approach.
24 Nov. 2023 - 10:03 UTC
The anime master is a creature of habit who talks every day with his longtime producer, and keeps it more hands off with his regular composer.
25 Nov. 2023 - 10:00 UTC
Real guns or replicas? Blank fire or special effects? The killing of a cinematographer on a film set has some in the industry rethinking their approach to firearms.
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28 Nov. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
EXCLUSIVE: A documentary charting an expedition to the ancient capital of Genghis Khan’s empire is in the works with French outfit Pernel Media. Pernel’s premium history show is being [...]
28 Nov. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
Peaky Blinders producer Caryn Mandabach Productions (CMP) is developing a historical drama series with BAFTA-nominated Elizabeth scribe Michael Hirst and End of the F***ing World director Jonathan [...]
28 Nov. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
BBC Unveils Xmas Slate Including ‘Peaky Blinders’ Dance Performance & Rebecca Ferguson Doc The BBC has unveiled its Christmas schedule featuring a wealth of pre-announced scripted [...]
28 Nov. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
EXCLUSIVE: Former RX France execs Liliane da Cruz and Samira Haddi have launched Indicium Consulting, an events management biz for the entertainment industry. The pair, who exited Mipcom and MipTV [...]
28 Nov. 2023 - 8:59 UTC
With its seventh weekend numbers tallied, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour has topped the $250M global benchmark. At $250.01M per AMC, the split is a little over $178.2M domestic with $71.8M coming from [...]
21 Nov. 2023 - 20:09 UTC
waragainstintelligence:Poetry turns all things to loveliness; it exalts the beauty of that which is most beautiful, and it adds beauty to that which is most deformed; it marries exultation and [...]
21 Nov. 2023 - 20:05 UTC
waragainstintelligence:Rome has fallen, ye see it lyingHeaped in undistinguished ruin:Nature is alone undying.Percy Bysshe Shelley, ‘Fragment: Rome and Nature’
21 Nov. 2023 - 20:03 UTC
waragainstintelligence:With us, everything is concentrated on the spiritual, we became poor so that we could become rich.Hölderlin, Communism of Spirits
21 Nov. 2023 - 19:54 UTC
the-funtime-autocrat: “This is in the nature of capitalism. Because capital is not money. It’s not like cash in your pocket. Capital is money meant to make more money; cash in your pocket is [...]
20 Nov. 2023 - 20:43 UTC
waragainstintelligence: “History exists because the oppressed exist. The struggle against nature, and then against the different social organisations of the struggle against nature, is always the [...]
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27 Nov. 2023 - 21:45 UTC
In this week's Unsung Hero, Sarah Lubarsky recalls the doctor who addressed her fiancé's medical emergency when no one else would.
27 Nov. 2023 - 19:11 UTC
In 1947, a New Mexico rancher found mysterious debris on his land. UFO author Garrett Graff links the Roswell incident to the "deep state" conspiracy theories and misinformation of today.
27 Nov. 2023 - 17:59 UTC
"Authentic" was one of this year's most looked-up words, according to the lexical leader. That speaks volumes about our quest for truth in an age of algorithms and online artifice.
27 Nov. 2023 - 17:15 UTC
Florencia gives star Ailyn Pérez a rare chance to sing in Spanish. As the bilingual daughter of Mexican immigrants, she learned early on that language had the power to shape her experience and voice.
27 Nov. 2023 - 16:56 UTC
Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki's melancholy romantic comedy about two lonely souls trapped in dead-end jobs builds to a gorgeous ending — with a great and revelatory final joke.
Fuse celebrates and amplifies fresh voices with award-winning docs, films, and original series.
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21 Nov. 2023 - 5:58 UTC
The origins of heavy metal date back to the late 1960s and early 1970s. Often both Led Zeppelin and BlackContinue Reading
11 Nov. 2023 - 22:17 UTC
I recently interviewed Georgia State Line’s band leader Georgia Delves and I knew that she was considered a very talentedContinue Reading
1 Nov. 2023 - 12:37 UTC
Right about now feels like the right time to start collating a rough list of some of the best albumsContinue Reading
12 Oct. 2023 - 11:38 UTC
It’s hard not to be impressed by Georgia Delves. She is an ambitious young musician who was first introduced toContinue Reading
10 Oct. 2023 - 14:50 UTC
German painter Friedrich Kaulbach (1822-1903) was best known as a portraitist and historical painter. At the height of his fameContinue Reading
Maris Kreizman, cultural critic, talks to authors you should know about their own books and the books they love, the shows and films they’ve watched, the #music they’ve listened to, and the links they’ve clicked.
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22 Nov. 2023 - 5:00 UTC
This week on The Maris Review, K-Ming Chang joins Maris Kreizman to discuss Organ Meats, out now from One World. K-Ming Chang is a Kundiman Fellow, a Lambda Literary Award finalist, and a National [...]
16 Nov. 2023 - 5:00 UTC
This week on The Maris Review, Ed Park joins Maris Kreizman to discuss Same Bed Different Dreams, out now from Random House. Ed Park is the author of the novels Personal Days and Same Bed Different [...]
9 Nov. 2023 - 6:00 UTC
This week on The Maris Review, Stephanie Land joins Maris Kreizman to talk about her new book Class, out now from Atria Books. Stephanie Land is the author of the New York Times bestseller Maid: [...]
2 Nov. 2023 - 5:00 UTC
This week on The Maris Review, Jesse David Fox joins Maris Kreizman to talk about Comedy Book, out now from FSG. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
26 Oct. 2023 - 5:00 UTC
This week on The Maris Review, Molly McGhee joins Maris Kreizman to discuss Jonathan Abernathy, You Are Kind, out now from Astra House. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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22 Nov. 2023 - 18:57 UTC
A visit to Dealey Plaza, after years of thinking and reading about the Kennedy assassination, came as a shock.
24 Nov. 2023 - 11:00 UTC
A noble attempt to enter the famously exclusive Italian restaurant as a walk-in.
21 Nov. 2023 - 20:38 UTC
André Benjamin’s début solo album of deeply soothing instrumental music asks for little beyond our attention.
27 Nov. 2023 - 16:51 UTC
Watch a short film about the lifelong friendship between Bob Newhart and Don Rickles, who were not an obvious match.
27 Nov. 2023 - 15:55 UTC
With stellar shows about clothing, class politics, pop stars, and urban infrastructure, the year had something for everybody.