Peak-Andersonian whimsy, or self-parodying flimsy?4 minute read 2:00 AM CDT
This week I stumbled across an image on my YouTube feed. It was a split-screen representation of two men, featuring a lot of yellow and the words “Asteroid City.” I hadn’t had my morning coffee yet, and my first fuzzy thought was that it looked very Wes Andersonian.
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Special prosecutors appointed in Baldwin set shooting case2 minute read Preview Wednesday, Mar. 29, 2023
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Apple-Movies-Top-101 minute read Preview Tuesday, Mar. 28, 2023
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Gwyneth Paltrow accuser calls Utah ski crash ‘serious smack’5 minute read Preview Monday, Mar. 27, 2023
Brilliant ballet of bullets, nunchuks, car chases and beyond4 minute read Preview Saturday, Mar. 25, 2023
Q&A: Chuck D talks rap’s rise through ‘Fight the Power’ doc6 minute read Preview Thursday, Mar. 23, 2023
Workplace-safety sanction finalized in Alec Baldwin shooting3 minute read Preview Wednesday, Mar. 22, 2023
Review: Despair in Jersey in Zach Braff’s ‘A Good Person’5 minute read Preview Thursday, Mar. 23, 2023
Review: John Wick gets even more stylish in fourth episode4 minute read Preview Friday, Mar. 24, 2023
Film on theft of Einstein's brain set for Hot Docs2 minute read Preview Tuesday, Mar. 21, 2023
TORONTO - A documentary about the posthumous theft of Einstein's brain directed by award-winning journalist Michelle Shephard is among the films coming to Hot Docs.
The film festival announced part of its lineup Tuesday for the international festival that runs April 27 to May 7 in Toronto.
Among the world premieres is Shephard’s “The Man Who Stole Einstein’s Brain,” about a pathologist in 1955 who without permission removed the anatomy responsible for the celebrated genius' intellect in order to study it.
Other Canadian world premieres include "Without Precedent: The Supreme Life of Rosalie Abella,” by Montreal director Barry Avrich, about Canada’s first Jewish Supreme Court judge.