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Jude D. Russo has an existential meltdown over "Wings of Desire," Wim Wenders's masterwork.
Julie Taymor (left), a renowned theater, opera, and film director, discussed her career path in the arts with Deborah Borda during “The Creative Class: A Conversation with Julie Taymor,” which took place at the Charles Hotel last Friday afternoon.
Last Friday at the Charles Hotel, "The Lion King" and "Across the Universe" director Julie Taymor spoke about her own work in theater and film, the political power of the arts, and the challenges facing women in arts leadership.
"Experimenter," Michael Almereyda's film about the psychologist Stanley Milgram, manages to be something truly rare: a biopic with a soul as quirky and compelling as its protagonist.
Bob Schieffer, left, a former CBS News anchor, discusses journalism during the Vietnam War with Thomas D. Herman and Thomas E. Patterson following a screening of “Dateline - Saigon" at the Kennedy School.
"Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension" is a disappointing cap for one of the most successful horror series of recent years, failing to rise above standard tropes.
Marlom Meirelles spoke and presented his film “Olhos de Botão” on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Brazilian director Marlom Meirelles visited Harvard on Oct. 13 for a screening and discussion of his latest film “Olhos de Botão” (Button Eyes). He sat down with The Crimson for a discussion about his new short film and about his art as a whole.
"Steve Jobs" does the incredible—it is a biopic with a soul, the sharp writing and canny direction of which makes for an unforgettable tribute and analysis of the man behind the movie.
In our occasional series of film retrospectives, Jude D. Russo looks at Wong Kar-Wai's 1995 "Fallen Angels."
Jude D. Russo has a sentimental paroxysm over Bob Fosse's self-condemnation "All That Jazz." Watch the written expression of that paroxysm.
Tyler R. Giannini, a law professor, introduces “This Kind of Love” and guest speakers Aung Myo Min and Wai Wai Nu before a screening of the documentary.
Aung Myo Min, a Burmese human rights activist, answers a question at a panel following the screening of “This Kind of Love” on Monday evening at the Law School. Aung Myo Min, who recently returned to Burma following a 24-year exile, currently serves as director of the Human Rights Education Institute of Burma.
Tyler R. Giannini, a law professor, and Aung Myo Min and Wai Wai Nu, Burmese human rights activists, discuss Burma’s transition to democracy at a screening of “This Kind of Love” on Monday evening at the Law School. The documentary, directed by Jeanne Marie Hallacy, chronicles Aung Myo Min’s advocacy for LGBT rights and human rights before, during, and after his 24 year exile in Thailand.