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SLIDESHOW: ''Histories of Now: Six Artists from Cairo'' at the School of the MFA + ''Memory as Medicine'' at Davis Museum
''Histories of Now: Six Artists from Cairo'' is at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts through March 17, 2012. "Memory as Medicine'' is on display through May 6, 2012 at Wellesley College’s Davis Museum.
Through March 17, 2012 + Through May 6, 2012
| March 16, 2012
The new TV season
Gil Scott-Heron was wrong: The revolution(s) will be televised.
Power to the people; enviropalooza; on the money; farewell to Dickie
PHILLIPE AND JORGE
| February 25, 2011
Remain in light
In the late 1970s, Linda Connor began photographing sacred sites.
Linda Connor's sacred 'Odyssey' at the RISD Museum
| July 23, 2010
Prince of darkness
Gordon Willis, the master cinematographer to whom the Harvard Film Archive pays tribute in a seven-film retrospective beginning this Friday,
Gordon Willis at the Harvard Film Archive
| November 20, 2009
Harappian Night Recordings | The Glorious Gongs of Hainuwele
The trappings of exotic field recordings are all over this mysterious production.
| May 08, 2009
Jane Twisden, the sinister housekeeper of The Mystery of Irma Vep , harbors a mad, secret passion for her employer, the aristocratic and manly Lord Edgar Hillcrest.
The Lyric cracks The Mystery of Irma Vep
| December 02, 2008
Should Americans Send Books to Iraq?
Sending books to Iraq to promote civic culture in Iraq might help you to sleep more soundly. But do small-scale efforts make more than a symbolic impact?
| August 20, 2008
OSS 17: Le Caire nid d'espions/OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies
Imagine a blithe, covertly bisexual James Bond swanning around pre-Suez Cairo in a send-up directed by the early Zucker brothers.
A hot, tight, seductive, vaguely bisexual James Bond
| May 14, 2008
The Yacoubian Building
A massive Arabic soap opera, a Cairo-based Gone with the Wind.
Three-hour Egyptian epic
| December 12, 2007
The Ingmar imbroglio
There hasn’t been such a stir among film critics for years.
Plus the Manhattan Short Film Fest
| September 26, 2007
Major and minor Billy
Billy Wilder’s expansive career began in Germany at the end of the ’20s, continued briefly in Paris when he fled Hitler in 1933, and picked up in Hollywood the following year.
The HFA celebrates Wilder’s centennial
| December 07, 2006
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