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The Ten Best Books Of The Year
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Viola Davis & Denzel Washington
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Our Book Critic’s 5 Most Anticipated
Christian Lorentzen’s got these bookmarked.
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Westworld And The False Promise Of Storytelling
The HBO drama’s finale hinted at a dark, meta message.
- Jan 9 20171 minute
Catching Up With... James Franco
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The Oa And The Dark Side Of Science
Brit Marling discusses the folklore and real-life research that went into her trippy Netflix series.
- Aug 21 20162 minutes
The History of Plot
Let’s start from the beginning (the Western beginning, anyway).
- Nov 13 20161 minute
For Mel Gibson, War Is (Very Bloody) Hell
How his true-life story of a hero-pacifist became his goriest movie yet.
- Aug 21 20161 minute
How Much Does It Matter, Anyway?
FOR 60-PLUS YEARS, the Paris Review has asked writers just what they do every day. Judging from the excerpts below, a whole lot of them spend their time thinking—and arguing—about plot.
- Nov 14 20163 minutes
The Real Elena Ferrante Surfaces—in Books
BIG-NAME BOOK RELEASES ARE typically greeted with fanfare and enthusiasm. Midnight Harry Potter release parties? Sure. International book tours that keep authors on the road for months? Yep. The dual publication of Elena Ferrante’s Frantumaglia, her
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There’s nothing sexier than a man with his four-legged friends
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“Just Rest On The Writing.”
JEFF BRIDGES IN HELL OR HIGH WATER.
- Oct 3 20161 minute
IT’S HARD TO IMAGINE THE KIND OF GRAVITY THAT WORDS had with a ferociously intelligent man like Mr. Albee, who died Sept. 16 at age 88. He chose them and ordered them meticulously—not only in his great works of drama like The Zoo Story, A Delicate Ba
- Apr 1 20161 minute
Make Your Mark: Branding Is About What You Say, Not How You Say It
It can be funny or serious, but your brand has to be authentically you.
- Sep 19 20161 minute
THE ACTRESS, 54, MAKES HER DIRECTORIAL DEBUT (AND RETEAMS WITH TOM HANKS) IN THE MOVIE ITHACA
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Father Doesn’t Always Know Best in Captain Fantastic
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THE ACTRESS STARS IN CBS’S DOUBT AND AS DR. FRANK-N-FURTER IN FOX’S REMAKE OF THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW
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Finding the Little Prince
The painstaking process of bringing a children’s classic to life.
- Apr 1 20155 minutes
From Bedtime to the Boardroom: Why Storytelling Matters in Business
These innovators are connecting with consumers, colleagues and investors on an emotional level.
- Jan 9 20175 minutes
When Narrative Matters More Than Fact
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- Oct 24 20161 minute
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A Bizarre, Bro-Dacious Bond Can’t Keep Swiss Army Man From Stranding Itself
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Mcconaughey Goes Carly Rae In Animated Sing
This December, Matthew McConaughey has two movies coming out within four days, and both pivot on a conniving salesman who, as he puts it, “wills his way into pulling off what he pulls off.” But where his character in the R-rated Gold is a money-hungr
- Aug 22 20161 minute
Pete’s Dragon Soars Before It Stumbles
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ETERNALLY ELEGANT, THE GONE WITH THE WIND LEGEND LOOKS BACK ON HER LIFE, HER LOVES AND HER ONLY REGRET
- Nov 13 20166 minutes
Is There Really Such a Thing as “Oscar Bait”?
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