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A New Bollywood Blockbuster Has India Up in Arms

"Padmavati" offers up an anti-Islamic parable that is undone by its subversively sexy bad guy.
Aruna D'Souza
2.13.18
film
film

These 1980s Documentaries Tell the Story of the Holocaust from a Female Point of View

"Dis-Moi" by Chantal Akerman and "The Ties That Bind" by Su Friedrich, screened as part of a Metrograph series on female filmmakers, explore intergenerational trauma and the transformative act of allowing women to recount their own stories.
Erin Schwartz
2.8.18
Fashion
Fashion

The Dresses in “Phantom Thread” Aren’t as Jaw-Dropping as They Should Be

“It’s certainly not cutting edge, the way Balenciaga or James was,” a fashion historian tells us of the film's fashion.
Max Lakin
1.26.18
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film

Would Lady Bird Dress Like Joan Didion?

April Napier's costumes for Greta Gerwig's "Lady Bird" capture the emotional reality of early-aughts teenagerhood.
Erin Schwartz
1.19.18
Fashion
Fashion

"Phantom Thread": A Film About How Every Dress Is the Result of a Ménage à Trois

Paul Thomas Anderson's film explores the love triangles that fuel genius and the people that inspire it.
Haley Mlotek
1.8.18
film
film

Searing Emotional Melodramas for a Cold Winter Night

Film Society at Lincoln Center's "Emotion Pictures: International Melodrama" gives a sweeping survey of passion-inducing films.
Larissa Pham
1.5.18
film
film

Matt Damon's New Movie Reveals the Downside of Downsizing

Leisureland joins a long line of imagined mini-worlds that echo the problems of their full-sized counterparts.
Sam Holleran
12.29.17
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film

The Senior Citizen Remake of "Annie Hall" Is "Better, and Funnier"

Directed by millennials Ellie Sachs and Matt Starr and shot in New York City, “My Annie Hall” updates the Woody Allen classic with a talented senior citizen cast.
Erin Schwartz
12.27.17
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film

Luca Guadagnino’s Houses are as Sexy as His Actors

Luca Guadagnino makes films with awe-inspiring interiors, but they are more than mere visual escapism.
Alice Hines
11.29.17
parties
parties

Lauryn Hill, Kristen Stewart, and Elizabeth Banks Celebrate Julianne Moore at MoMA

Friends in art and film gathered at MoMA's 2017 Film Benefit (presented by Chanel) to honor the accomplishments of Julianne Moore. Photographed by Taylor Herman.
Ashley Tyner
11.14.17
Art
Art

Bodies and Emotions Collide in Dara Friedman's Miami Survey

"It’s proven your emotions are bound into your molecules." Filmmaker Dara Friedman's mid-career survey at the Pérez Art Museum Miami reveals her sensitivity to the language of the body.
Monica Uszerowicz
11.13.17
film
film

"The Square" Makes a Monkey of the Art World

A Palme d'Or-winning movie from Swedish director Ruben Östland​ takes on the absurdities of art museum politics, with a little help from one of the greatest apes in the biz.
Travis Diehl
11.1.17