Arts writer

Mark Feeney

As writer, reviewer, and editor, Mark Feeney covers photography, film, and the arts. With the Globe since 1979, he was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in feature writing in 1994 and won a Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 2008. He is the author of a book, “Nixon at the Movies: A Book About Belief.”

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In “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” Alden Ehrenreich tackles the part Harrison Ford made famous.

Richard Pipes, authority on Russia and Soviet Union, Reagan-era hardliner; at 94

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Dr. Pipes was a participant in history as well as its student.

Movie Review

Looking back on the upheaval of the ’60s

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João Moreira Salles’s “In the Intense Now” focuses on China, France, and Czechoslovakia.

‘2001’ is a space odyssey, but 2018 is a Kubrick moment

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The filmmaker is all over as his sci-fi masterpiece celebrates its 50th anniversary.