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As Red Carpets Roll Out, Spotlight Stays on Harassment

There also are considerations that it is going to be essentially girls who're anticipated to spend the following few months speaking about sexual misconduct whilst males are given a cross via newshounds. “If white male creators get to talk about their craft and women are expected to discuss sexual harassment, ...

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Review: In ‘32 Pills,’ a Filmmaker Investigates Her Sister’s Death

Photo The director Hope Litoff in “32 Pills: My Sister’s Suicide.” Credit HBO Pivoting at the exceptionally tremendous line that separates TMI from courageous self-revelation, “32 Pills: My Sister’s Suicide” is hard viewing. Even by means of the tip, it hasn’t made a excellent case for its life. Still, Hope ...

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Should I Put Away My James Levine Recordings?

“I’ve never been able to speak in public generalities about my private life,” he mentioned. “Day by day, my world is filled with real music, real people, real interactions,” implying that the rumors had been merely pretend. He refused to respond to all of the hypothesis about his existence. “How ...

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Theater Producers Accuse Casting Directors of Forming Illegal Cartel

Photo Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York. The Broadway League filed a lawsuit towards casting administrators on Tuesday after their makes an attempt to unionize. Credit Evan Agostini/Invision, by way of Associated Press Escalating an acrimonious struggle on Broadway, an affiliation of industrial manufacturers on Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit ...

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Communist-Era Crooner and Far-Right Metal Band Share a Spotlight

“It says a lot that almost everyone in the Czech Republic loves Karel Gott,” he mentioned. “His popularity is exceptional and it is really interesting that all generations appreciate him. In a way, it represents living under communism without thinking about politics, while Ortel is only known for their politics.” ...

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Review: ‘Bill Frisell,’ a Winning Portrait of a Very Nice Guitarist

Photo Bill Frisell, the topic of a documentary directed via Emma Franz. Credit Film Transit International Bill Frisell, the genre-spanning guitarist, is such a busy musician in this day and age that a new documentary about him doesn’t characteristic any archival photos from his lengthy profession till about an hour ...

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Review: ‘The Dancer,’ a Glum Biopic for a Dynamic Innovator

Photo Stéphanie Sokolinski, the French musician referred to as Soko, performs Loïe Fuller in “The Dancer.” Credit Myriad Pictures Reading or listening to concerning the lifetime of Loïe Fuller, the American-born actor, inventor and dancer whose performances entranced belle epoque Paris of the past due 19th and early 20th centuries, ...

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Review: ‘Big Time,’ a Portrait of an Architect as Superstar

Photo Bjarke Ingels in “Big Time.” Credit Mongrel Media Cool and competent, Kaspar Astrup Schroder’s documentary “Big Time,” an adoring profile of the Danish “starchitect” Bjarke Ingels, simply glances at human drama. The aesthetic of Mr. Ingels — whose company, BIG (for Bjarke Ingels Group), has triumphed with designs like ...

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Review: In ‘Love Beats Rhymes,’ a Hip-Hop Artist Transformed by Poetry

Photo Azealia Banks in “Love Beats Rhymes.” Credit Atsushi Nishijima/Lionsgate Anyone getting into “Love Beats Rhymes” anticipating to seek out some continuity with 2012’s “The Man With the Iron Fists,” the prior and primary characteristic movie directed by the hip-hop luminary RZA, might be confounded. “Iron Fists,” through which the ...

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