The new PBS Hemingway documentary brings to light some surprising elements of the author’s literary greatness.
The other domain in which the shift from analog to digital was problematic is photography. The digitization of visual images brought many more advantages when compared to the digitization of music, not just in terms of convenience but in ultimate quality. There has been something of a revival of film
Can a World War II-era movie about an old crank help with generational riddles today?
Scorsese’s gangster masterpiece has turned 30, and while America has always had a soft spot for rule-breakers, we’ve clearly taken things too far.
Hiroshi Teshigahara’s 1964 Woman in the Dunes is a subtly subversive film that mirrors our COVID-induced confinement.
Aaron Sorkin’s new Netflix film on the Chicago 7 is a terrific tale—emphasis on the word “tale.”
Borat is back. But can he compete with the political theater that is Donald Trump?
Nearly 25 years on, a brilliant period masterpiece anticipates the viciousness and vapidity of the modern social media scene.