In ‘Shrinking,' Jason Segel Does the Work
14 days ago - By NY Times
The actor is a star, writer and executive producer of this new series about a therapist crushed by grief and trying to put himself back together. It's a comedy.
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“Everyone Belongs to Everyone Else”: The Italian Pavilion at the 2023 Venice...
Baia di Ieranto. Image Courtesy of Fosbury Architecture The project for the Italian Pavilion at the 18 th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia will be...
The Role of Environmentally-Friendly Materials in Stadium Development and...
Aerial view of Santiago Bernabeu stadium. Image © Aleksandr Medvedkov The 2022 FIFA World Cup was unique as the first FIFA tournament held in the Middle East. In another first...
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A Modernist Church Set in Stone: The Story Behind the Temppeliaukio Kirkko...
© Karavanov Lev via shutterstock Near the center of Helsinki , Finland , in the Töölö neighborhood, one can find the Temppeliaukio Church , an unusual-looking Lutheran church...
‘Cinema Sabaya' Review: Conversations and Compassion in a Small Town in Israel
Israel's Oscar entry is a documentary-style chamber piece about a video workshop for Arab and Jewish women whose conclusions feel, well, tired.
‘The Blue Caftan' Review: Secrets of Silk
In this luscious Moroccan drama, a tailor and his wife strive to save their craft, and their unusual companionship, in the face of illness and change.
‘The Outwaters' Review: Massacre in the Mojave
Stunning sound design, creative mood-setting and a fearless finale elevate this found-footage horror film about an ill-fated camping trip.
‘The Civil Dead' Review: Spirit in Disguise
In this gentle ghost story, an aimless photographer meets an old friend with an unusual secret.
‘Of an Age' Review: A Boy's Own Story
In 1999 Melbourne, a teenage outsider meets a young man who's smart, kind, sensitive and looks mighty fine in a tight black T-shirt.