Director Michael Sarnoski’s first feature stars Nicolas Cage, and works as a mystery, a story of personal loss, and a foodie movie.
Many of the pieces in the collection come in the form of a personal diary, and these give us a sense of the day-to-day inner lives of the prisoners.
This is a lyrical work: gracefully exaggerating reality is a merit that good poetry and fantasy share.
Host Elizabeth Howard talks with Stephen Reily, Director of the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky about the exhibition, “Promise, Witness, Remembrance.”
Zola is an exhilaratingly salacious odyssey through the neon-lit strip clubs, dingy motels, and gaudy underbelly of America’s chaos state, like Showgirls as told by Zora Neale Hurston.
William Parker, the 69-year-old composer, multi-instrumentalist, author, and all-around presence on the progressive jazz scene churns out challenging music with prolific abandon.
Perhaps we need to call on Sherlock Holmes in order to resolve the 31-year old “no end in sight” Gardner heist?
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 about whether the event is available by streaming or is in person. More offerings will be added as they come in.
The War Is Never Over is a compelling way to appreciate the importance of a music icon, to understand why Lydia Lunch’s work matters.
Regardless of what the future holds, Derek Trucks said that he and his bandmates are grateful for every opportunity to get back in front of live audiences.