Joe Wright sets the stage for lush, theatrical adaptation of lit classic
Leo Tolstoy’s romantic classic Anna Karenina gets a cheeky, self-consciously theatrical, big-screen redux courtesy of British filmmaker Joe Wright and award-winning screenwriter Tom Stoppard.
Film Fête in Fe
Our neighbor to the north hopes to lure film lovers to the City Different for the 13th annual Santa Fe Film Festival. The viewing party unfolds Dec. 6 through 9 at a number of venues including The Screen, the Center for Contemporary Arts, The Lensic Performing Arts Center and the New Mexico History Museum.
Last Man Standing
One and a Half Men Hate “Two and a Half Men”
When Charlie Sheen had his public meltdown last year, rambling about “tiger blood,” insulting his producer and demanding a pay raise, he seemed like just another Hollywood casualty. But now, just over a year later, we find our ourselves glued to our gossip shows watching another star of “Two and a Half Men” freak out over the show. What in the name of Adonis DNA is going on here?
No Borders: Social Struggles Across the USA
Engaging social and political interviews with organizations, individuals and musicians who share their histories regarding the social struggles in their cities.