Festival closing act Alabama Shakes proved itself to be a veritable force of nature late Sunday evening, taking the stage at Boston Calling as a historic supermoon eclipse combination reached its peak in the sky above.
Of Monsters and Men delivered a rousing performance on the slow opening night of Boston Calling.
The Crimson Arts Board reviews the sixth edition of Boston Calling, which has over the past three years become a staple of the East Coast live music scene.
"Black Mass" brings Whitey Bulger back to prominence, but fails to rise to the standard of prior portrayals.
The Crimson Arts board provides a breakdown of the biggest acts at this fall's Boston Calling music festival—from Of Monsters and Men to The Avett Brothers.
In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews Justin Kurzel's new adaptation of Shakespeare's immortal "Macbeth."
In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews Roberto Minervini's "The Other Side," a film devoted to showing the lives led beyond the margins of mainstream American society in rural Louisiana.
In our continuing coverage from Cannes, Alan Xie reviews "Chronic," a touching film about the life of a professional caretaker.
In a point/counterpoint review from Cannes, Tianxing Lan and Alan Xie debate the merits of "Marguerite & Julien."
Marion Cotillard, director Justin Kerzel, Michael Fassbender, and producer Iain Canning attend the press conference for "Macbeth" at the Cannes Film Festival.
In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews "O Piseu" (English "Office"), a horrifying South Korean crime drama and the debut film of director Hong Won-chan.
In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews "Louder Than Bombs," a flawed but nuanced portrait of a family in mourning.
The Cinéma de la Plage is the venue for free, public screenings of old films in the evening.
In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews Jacques Audiard's "Dheepan," an oppressively dark examination of the living conditions of immigrants in France.
In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews "Inside Out," a refreshing new Pixar film about the emotions.