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Chinese-American filmmaker Lulu Wang’s latest movie, “The Farewell,” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in early 2019 and quickly became a critic favorite, with news outlets naming it the best ...

There are few shows that represent 21st-century culture quite like “Dear Evan Hansen.” The musical phenomenon, which hit Broadway in 2016 and took home six Tony Awards (including Best Musical), ...

As discussed in an earlier piece, “Game of Thrones” exemplifies the common adage that art imitates life and life imitates art. This HBO megahit series contains numerous parallels to the ...

As you brace for “Avengers: Endgame” to hit theaters, you’ve likely found your footing in one of two camps: Either you’re clenching your opening weekend tickets and hoping that the ...

Film festivals are a haven for movie lovers everywhere. Packed with panels, conferences and, of course, films, they are unmissable opportunities to learn about and appreciate the medium. The Atlanta ...

South London MC and foodie extraordinaire Loyle Carner, born Benjamin Gerard Coyle-Larner, has been gracing rap fans worldwide with his nimble, mindful lyricism ever since the release of his 2014 ...

“Sunset” opens with a close-up of Írisz Leiter’s (Juli Jakab) face, her eyes piercing through a birdcage veil, directly into the camera. Jakab’s eyes hold steady through the cloth, the ...

Self-proclaimed “African Giant” Burna Boy performed to a sold-out crowd at The Mansion Elan on April 19. The Nigerian native has attracted a strong African following with his smooth vocals, ...

The latest entry in the growing “Conjuring” franchise, “The Curse of La Llorona,” directed by Michael Chaves, proves that spin-off films of this universe simply try to sell themselves off ...