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Regina King on making ‘One Night’ memorable

The Oscar-winning actress talks about her feature directing debut, "One Night in Miami."


12 activities to quell your nerves in these dark times

Here are some sources of guaranteed sunshine.

Doc Talk: Day care around the clock; a dad who was never on the clock

Spotlighting Loira Limbal’s immersive and affecting observational documentary, “Through the Night,” and Lynne Sachs's cubist and kaleidoscopic “Film About a Father Who.”

In Focus: The Villages is where aging gracefully, sort of, meets aging massively, definitely

A look at “Some Kind of Heaven,” first-time feature director Lance Oppenheim’s assured, deadpan, absurdist documentary about the nation's largest retirement community.


On Amazon, ‘One Night’ and four famous men

On Feb. 25, 1964, Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr.), Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge), and Cassius Clay (Eli Goree) hang out in the aftermath of Clay’s victory over Sonny Liston.


In ‘My Little Sister,’ a bond beyond understanding

In Germany's submission for this year's Oscars, the incomparable Nina Hoss plays a Berlin playwright whose desperate efforts to save her twin brother from leukemia tip her toward madness.


Joan Micklin Silver: the Lower East Side, yes; Hollywood, no, and that was Hollywood’s loss

A barrier-breaking filmmaker, she directed three of the finest movies of the late 1970s, one late-1980s romantic comedy that looks better with every passing year, and a little-known gem that was among HBO’s very first original films.


In Focus: On HBO, the rise and fall — and return — of Tiger Woods

The opening montage of Matt Heineman and Matt Hamachek’s thoughtful, engaging, and comprehensive two-part documentary, “Tiger,” eloquently sums up Woods’s first act.