“Aggie” is director Cat Gund’s affectionate tribute to her mother, philanthropist and arts patron Agnes Gund, and an understated challenge to the world’s wealthiest to do more with their money.
At the world premiere for Little Women in New York this past week, the cast spoke about the making of the film and more!
Cameras flashed in the lobby of the MoMA on Monday evening as stars of The Chaperone walked across the red carpet laid out for the premiere screening event. PBS Distribution and Masterpiece films hosted the event just ahead of the film’s opening in New York on March 29th.
Stellar contemporary art is created daily, but how much work is illuminated to the masses with proper merit?
Stephen Loveridge’s “Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.” documentary was an intimate look into M.I.A.’s life prior to all of her musical success.
No matter how much you dream, reality will catch up to you.
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Dustin Guy Defa’s “Person to Person” is an arrestingly charming sophomore attempt that harkens back to the filmic aura of the ’70s and early ’80s
Repressed sexuality and a constant need to define masculinity becomes a recipe for turmoil in this heartbreaking film.
How do you know when what happens in a movie is real?