If the first episode is any indication, season two of FX’s Fargo is going to be an almost pitch-perfect sophomore effort.
Filmmaker Alexandra Anthony’s ambitious debut documentary was, in essence, fifty years in the making.
Harold Pinter’s language can be enigmatic and deliberately bizarre, but it suggests arcs of passion and desire.
Clive James gets the most out of whatever’s on the page and isn’t shy about making larger connections.
Divided into three acts and an epilogue, the film attempts to generate Shakespearean resonances, but the presentation is more mundane than tragic.
Philippe Petit’s feat has inspired an amazing documentary, and now an amazing feature film.
An event that makes you feel good about the Boston scene—in part because it’s about the rock community getting together to help friends with multiple sclerosis.
Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, theater, music, visual arts, and author events for the coming week.
Most of the piece was carefully engineered; it seemed more calculated than liberated
Veils moves from political rallies to private show-downs, from blog exposition to deft, direct, and sometimes swiftly nuanced dialogues.