A review of the film Les Beaux Jours d’Aranjuez in 3D Venice Film Festival Review 2016 Wim Wenders’ first..
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Pussy Riot, Skateboarding and Kayne West: A Peek at the 23rd Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit & Auction
On July 30, the utmost prestigious artistic gathering of the sunny season marked its 23rd edition: The Annual Watermill Center..
Woody Allen stunned the Cannes Film Festival with his Café Society, drenched with the director’s trademark: his inspirational satire on..
It is particularly complex to convey the magic of dance on a screen, whether it is cinema or television...
Pietro Francesco Caletti-Bruni, better known as Francesco Cavalli (the surname of his patron Federico Cavalli), was an Italian Baroque composer,..
Richard Strauss’ ‘Der Rosenkavalier’ epitomises the passage from youth to adulthood, sentimental changeability, and the soul’s sunset and rebirth. The..
We are in Los Angeles during the debauched, extravagant, voguish 1970s. Private investigator Holland March (Ryan Gosling), and unscrupulous detective..
Look Who’s Back (Er ist wieder da) welds comedy with social satire to ponder upon the present and the way..
Gregory de la Haba is an eclectic New York artist, who began painting during his early days at Harvard University,..