Historic erasure is terrifying.
War films are challenging.
Variety’s third annual Salute to Service luncheon came just in time for Veterans Day. The afternoon delight, presented by History and sponsored by USO, consisted of distinguished guests and press who celebrated, recognized and honored those who served on behalf of the United States of America in battle.
Showstopping “Hadestown” won eight Tony Awards, including Best New Musical, garnering the most wins for the night. The production also had the highest total number of nominations with 14.
The Apollo Theater has been the birthing point of some of the most influential black musicians who we know today.
Critically acclaimed and historian, author, and filmmaker Henry Louis Gates Jr. celebrated the launch of his latest documentary, Reconstruction: America After the Civil War during an evening at the New York Historical Society on Monday, March 4.
Smithsonian Channel launches DRINKS, CRIME AND PROHIBITION Series in authentic NYC Speakeasy. The two-part series is now available on Amazon.
The landmark documentary “Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy” is a celebration of the life and work of Diana, Princess of Wales, in the 20th year since her tragic death.
Academy award winning actress Natalie Portman sat down with The Knockturnal to discuss her upcoming film “Jackie.”