Sometimes, Making a Documentary Can Take Years (and Years and Years…)
One of the magic tricks of documentaries is the ability to film somebody changing over a period of time. When…Read More »
The Many Cameos of Stan Lee
The trials and tribulations of Spider-Man, the Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, the X-Men and other Marvel Comics superheroes are familiar…Read More »
A New Film Shines a Light on Women Conductors
“Girls can’t do that.” That’s what 9-year-old Marin Alsop was told by her violin teacher when she expressed interest in…Read More »
Can Old-World Ceramics Survive Modern Tastes?
Sorin Giubega’s grandfather was a potter. So was his father. And at 8 years old, Mr. Giubega said, he started…Read More »
How 3 Women Broke Through as Filmmakers
“Maestra” follows the several conductors leading up to the charged competition, with interviews in the United States, France, Poland and…Read More »
Muzz, a Muslim Dating App, Takes Its Matchmaking on the Road
On a Thursday evening in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, about 250 Muslims gathered in a halal Italian restaurant for a singles…Read More »
Exploring Rock Hudson’s Legacy Through a New Lens
Rock Hudson was the ultimate midcentury movie star, turning heads and breaking hearts as the camera lit his chiseled face…Read More »
6 Podcasts to Make Sense of A.I.
Starter episode: “When A.I. hears a problem” ‘The Bot Canon’ ChatGPT’s ability to write just about anything, including college essays,…Read More »
Why Do We Brand the Summer?
E.E. Holmes, 41, a writer in central Massachusetts, sees versions of the phrase roll across her Twitter feed every May.…Read More »
‘Por eso elegí a un hombre más joven’
El día después de Acción de Gracias, mi madre me llamó preocupada porque me iba a morir. Le había dicho…Read More »