After months of being closed to visitors, the museum will reopen with ‘Making the Met,’ exploring 10 historical moments that changed its DNA.
A documentary looks at competitive campaigns through the lens of a program for high school students, offering both concerns and hope.
HBO’s frequently spellbinding series takes the horror fiction of H.P. Lovecraft as metaphor for the Black experience in mid-20th century America.
A Soviet cosmonaut returns to Earth after a mysterious accident with a malevolent creature hitching a ride inside him in Egor Abramenko’s horror debut.
A comedy on the CW centers on the obsessions and compulsions of three online gamers.
During the pandemic, urbanites are abandoning cramped apartments for new suburban digs or country homes—and discovering they need a new wardrobe, too
Don’t leave all your driving-soundtrack decisions to Spotify. Here, some new music—and some new releases of old music—that will make the miles slide by.
Setting foot in great buildings might not be an option right now, but you can still take tours of structures like the Sydney Opera House, the Villa Savoye and the Guggenheim Bilbao thanks to digital technology.
A comedy on AppleTV+ stars Jason Sudeikis as an American football coach who is hired to take charge of a struggling English soccer team, despite knowing nothing of the sport.
Rather than proceeding with its planned refit of Geffen Hall, the New York Philharmonic should make the space a temporary lab in which to figure out what configuration best suits post-pandemic performance.
A late night and a fading relationship sparked the Canadian singer’s 1974 No. 1 hit.
A documentary on Apple TV+ follows 1,100 rising high-school seniors during weeklong mock elections in Texas.
An HBO documentary remembers the attack and murder of a 16-year-old Black boy at the hands of white teenagers and the surrounding racial conflict of 1980s New York.
The indie band, led by singer-songwriter Conor Oberst, issues its first album in nearly a decade, one characteristically heavy with emotion.
The titanic filmmaker Agnès Varda, who treated features, documentaries and shorts with equal regard, has her complete oeuvre collected into a handsome set from Criterion.
The Texas-born singer-songwriter delivers a sometimes bluntly cynical album that evokes honky tonk, soul, and rock ‘n’ roll.
British director Terence Davies draws inspiration from the 17th-century Dutch master in his carefully composed movies.
Mark Rylance and Johnny Depp star in an adaptation of J.M. Coetzee’s harrowing novel about a colonial bureaucrat and a sadistic military officer.
Outdoor venues and parks, including the Storm King Art Center in New York’s Hudson Valley, offer an idyllic way of again experiencing artworks in person.
Director Hans Petter Moland reunites with frequent collaborator Stellan Skarsgård in a film about a man living alone amid his own painful memories.