This fine documentary of a highly respected elder bassist presents a clear, focused picture of a man who is also a jazz musician.
As the age of COVID-19 wanes, Arts Fuse critics have come up with a guide to film, dance, visual art, theater, and music. Please check with venues if the event is available by streaming or is in person. More offerings will be added as they come in.
The heart and soul that so prominently flavors the Black Beans Project no doubt reflects the hopeful moment we’re in.
Pain and catharsis wind through Saskadelphia.
More homages to 1971’s magnificent bursts of cinematic iconoclasm.
Survival is the primary motivation, and the film’s unrelenting series of unexpected attacks generate considerable tension.
“What happens when you discover your heroine was a vile anti-Semite?”
Cruella is by far the best of the Disney reboots.
The “Real” Emily Dickinson never materializes, but the “Real” Mabel Loomis Todd does — and it’s a sometimes shocking and sad story.
In New York, museums and galleries are racing toward a new normal, whatever that might be. Most exhibitions that opened earlier in the year will stay open into the summer.