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September 2016

Undercover

The latest iterations of the ubiquitous khaki trench lend a covert mystery to fall's standout looks.

Velvet Goldmine

Velvet enters a new mood. Worn head to toe with a laissez-faire 'tude, the sensuous fabric is the season's new canvas. 

 

 

Sean Nicholas Savage

On his new album, the DIY balladeer puts some much-needed positivity into the world.

 

 

Bastille

BASTILLE began with perhaps the simplest, most romantic of musical formats: the mixtape.

Benedict Andrews, Stage and Screen

From an outsider's perspective, Una seems like an obvious first feature for veteran stage director Benedict Andrews. For Andrews, however, it was a little more surprising. "I would always say to people, ‘When I make a film, it's not going to come from theater. I'm not interested in making filmed theater,'" he says with a laugh.

View Finder

Assembled from footage from over thirty of the filmmaker's past and yet-to-be-released projects, as well as her own home movies, Kirsten Johnson's affecting and cerebral tone poem of a movie memoir Cameraperson is a probing investigation of the slippery ethics of what it means to bear witness.  

Casting Call: High Noon

Released in 1952, the iconic western High Noon broke away from the genre's cheesy, formulaic plotlines and achieved recognition as a sophisticated moral drama.

McCaul LOMBARDI

For McCaul Lombardi, breaking into acting was a hell of a hustle. 

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Discovery: Sam Clemmett

When Sam Clemmett signed on to play Albus Potter, Harry Potter's youngest son, in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, he was aware of the risks.

Other Features

Sergei Polunin: The Dancer, The Artist

Two years ago, Sergei Polunin decided to quit ballet and become an actor.

Weekend News Roundup!

Here's our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the holiday weekend.

New Again: Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson is back to stirring up controversy, but not for the reasons one might expect. The former Baywatch star recently penned an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal urging readers to take a pledge: abstain from pornography.

Jeppe Hein's Public Presence

Jeppe Hein has a penchant for placing interactive art in public spaces. 

John Edmonds

John Edmonds's first solo exhibition at Long Island City's Deli Gallery, "Lovers & Friends," features new work that delves into a more personal strata of his ongoing dissection of intimacy.

Objet d'Art: Pillow Talk

Multidisciplinary artist Mickalene Thomas is known for her richly detailed, intricate studies of black female sexuality and power. As part of a new collaboration with Henzel Studio, her work has been reimagined as a vibrant pillow, giving you the opportunity to get up-close and personal with Clarivel Centered.

Taryn Simon, Ritual and Loss

A series of hollow, monumental concrete towers currently fill the Park Avenue Armory's cavernous Drill Hall. The imposing structures are silent until occupied, transformed as the site of multidisciplinary artist Taryn Simon's new installation, "An Occupation of Loss." 

Other Features

Laura Wasser

One of L.A.’s premier divorce lawyers (and most recently, Kim Kardashian’s legal eagle) discusses the evolving state of love and marriage, American-style

ARCHIVE

The Cinema Society Hosts a Screening of 'Southside With You'

August 24, 2016 @ Harold's Meat + Three at Arlo Hudson Square, NYC