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Mask? What Mask? On Being Free to Infect You and Me
On this episode, we also discuss Tara Reade -- and no, not Tara Reid of drunken exploits and "American Pie" and "Sharknado."
Marlon Brando: Hollywood’s Complex, Conflicted Cassandra
All else aside, writes William J. Mann, the actor was "a voice in the wilderness warning about the celebrity culture he spied coming down the tracks."
What Finally Killed Off Superman? American Fascism
How America finished off the superhero that he was always meant to embody.
Can Art Drive Change on Climate Change? Ask Alexis Rockman
Come to the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, for an evening with artist Alexis Rockman and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter David Abel of the Boston Globe.
All Rise: The Uplifting Backstory of ‘Sunrise in Heaven’
How Jan Hurst's personal tragedy let to renewed faith, to Voyage Media, and to a film shoot in Hollywood.
What’s So Scary About ‘Parasite’? Late-Stage Capitalism
In Bong Joon-ho’s award-winning film, fear is coming from inside the class system. And we know who's being terrified by it the most.
The Right Horror Flick to Distract From America’s Nightmare
Or maybe just watch "Queer Eye" again and remember the world isn’t always a big scary place run by a clown.
Trump Sacrifices Pro-Conservative ‘The Hunt’ to His Own Victim Complex
"The Hunt" reminds us: seldom is enjoyable art also emperor-sanctioned cult messaging.
How Abortion Narratives Are Changing in Hollywood
Amazingly, encouragingly, the subject is suddenly everywhere.
It’s Good to Be Alive
How a US military intelligence officer survived catastrophic injury and found a path to Hollywood.
How Halston Predicted the Future and Became a Pariah
Frédéric Tcheng’s documentary retraces the rise and fall of an iconic, enigmatic American designer.
‘Transit’ Strike: An Interview with Franz Rogowski
The 33-year-old German actor is about to take the movie world by storm.
My Journey with Orson Welles (and the Betacam)
The co-author of the new play "Maverick" remembers the year he worked with a genius.
And the Oscar Goes to…Blanche Walsh?
The idea of "movie star" was built for her. She deserves the first "Forgotten Women" Oscar.
‘Tito and the Birds’: Using Animation to Fight Political Fear
Only 10-year-old Tito, his friends and his pigeons take a stand and save the day.
Ten 2018 Movies the President Should Watch (But Won’t)
They'd have a lot to teach him. If only he'd watch them. And none are by white guys.
Pastors, Skaters, Lady Gaga: Vox’s Alissa Wilkinson on 2018’s Best Films
Vox's film critic joins CFR's Sean Douglass and Jose Solís to review their "favourite" movies of the year.
Michael Moore: Earth-Rattling Political Force No Longer?
With "Fahrenheit 11/9," the Oscar-winning documentarian is no longer setting the discussion but reacting to it.
Offbeat ‘Orphan’ Films Flicker Across NYC Cinemas
Preservationists, archivists, curators, scholars and collectors celebrate the unclaimed and the curious.
New Plaza Cinema: Rising on NYC’s Upper West Side
From the ashes of an iconic film house comes an exciting new venture.