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Morton Silverstein, Documentarian Who Explored Social Ills, Dies at 86

An Emmy Award winner, Mr. Silverstein said he was driven by a “sense of outrage at people being exploited and people without voices.”
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A photo is a reproduction of what the human eye sees, yet it’s sometimes challenging to capture the size of what’s been photographed.
Ms. Haran made her first film, “Dive,” last year and was still in graduate school when she and three classmates founded the Barefoot Theater Company.
Actor and singer Donald Glover will be playing Lando Calrissian in the young Han Solo spin-off film from the Star Wars universe, Walt Disney Co. and
The Nintendo Switch aims to merge the dual home and portable platforms the venerable Japanese company has long been known for into a single, harmonio
The Swiss video artist is taking over the entire New Museum with an unconventional retrospective, her most prominent American stage yet.
The troupe opens its two-week season at Koch Theater and also includes works by Twyla Tharp, Frederick Ashton and Benjamin Millepied.
The Center for Contemporary Opera staged a combined production of Louis Andriessen’s “Anaïs Nin” and “Odysseus’ Women,” as well as Louis Karchin’s “Jane Eyre.”
In “Letter to a Man,” based on the diaries of Vaslav Nijinsky, Mikhail Baryshnikov plays the early-20th-century ballet great who became schizophrenic.
Scenes from the production based on the diaries of Vaslav Nijinsky, in which Mikhail Baryshnikov plays the early-20th-century ballet great who became schizophrenic.
Sean Holmes’s contemporary take on Sean O’Casey’s drama set during the 1916 Easter Rising offers no illusions of heroism.
Last week’s top charity galas included the Frick Collection, Keep a Child Alive, the National Committee on American Foreign Policy, and the New York Women’s Foundation.
Last week’s top charity galas included the Frick Collection, Keep a Child Alive, the National Committee on American Foreign Policy, and the New York Women’s Foundation.
The cast recording of “Lazarus” has “Killing a Little Time,” and politics make appearances on Le Tigre’s “I’m With Her” and Randy Newman’s “Putin.”
Mr. Perry’s most popular character is back again to crack wise and deliver advice in this comedy. He plays some other people, too.
The new comedy “Dream Corp LLC” mixes live action and animation as it looks at the goings-on in a dubious therapy practice.
The United Nations celebrated Wonder Woman's 75th birthday by naming the comic book character as its new Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of W
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The host of “Chelsea” assesses the décor, snacks and, most important, cocktails at a presidential candidate’s home base.
The show will return to AMC on Sunday in an episode that is probably its most anticipated to date, after leaving fans hanging last season.
From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the next few days.
Parents encouraged to feel like media role models who can make decisions for their kids and help them recognize the risks and benefits of media use,
A multicamera comedy, about a family on the brink of buying a dream house but must live with the tenant (Ms. Burnett), is being developed by ABC.
The crowd at FIAC’s Wednesday preview remained predominantly Francophone, but major international collectors were in town for the fair —and art was selling, provided it was by a validated name.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will have a speaking role, on opening night for Washington National Opera’s “The Daughter of the Regiment.”
The Danish String Quartet also vacuums, turns the lights out at the end of the night, and is pretty good at music, too.
Nathan Lane and a deep cast star in this revival of a 1928 stage classic about journalism, now at the Broadhurst Theater.
Mature beyond their years, the four teenagers in this New York band are forging a feminist pop-punk sound all their own.
Mr. Morris’s “Sounds of India” series, for Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival, is a personal project based on decades of watching and listening.
Said the nightclub owner Noah Tepperberg of his wife, Melissa Wood: “She’s Mrs. Health and Wellness. I sell booze and steak and pasta.”
On the London stage, Robert Icke’s production of David Hare’s play “The Red Barn” features Mark Strong, and language breaks down in “Blue Heart.”
The new take on the Lucy Maud Montgomery classic, called simply Anne, will air on CBC and Netflix in the U.S. next spring.
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