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Mozart's Requiem is one of the most controversial works in the classical repertory. Mozart had completed only parts of it and sketched other parts when he died, unexpectedly at age 35, in 1791. His death ignited immediate speculation and myth.
Nicole Pierce at the Armory
MARCIA B. SIEGEL
| October 02, 2009
Reykjavik International Film Festival 2009
How would the Reykjavik International Film Festival, which I was attending, September 17 to 27, be affected by the horrid downturn?
| October 02, 2009
What does it say about America that marijuana movies are a hot genre right now, perhaps hotter even than in the heyday of Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong’s 1978 Up in Smoke ?
Does a surge of stoner movies mean America is going to pot?
| August 13, 2008
The 16 greatest stoner movies
We’re picking the best 16 stoner films of all time — one for every easily weighable segment of an ounce.
Our favorite marijuana movies
| August 11, 2008
Through the asylum’s gothic windows, high and barred, shift impossibly vivid blues, yellows, and scarlets.
Portland Players searches for liberation
| April 02, 2008
Here’s another knock against the bonehead Foreign Language Oscar selections for 2007.
The Band’s Visit goes Oscar-less
| February 20, 2008
It’s the looming specter of a once-great filmmaking talent rising after an eight-year silence.
| July 18, 2007
This article originally appeared in the June 1, 1971 issue of the Boston Phoenix.
| November 14, 2006
Kirsten Dunst: “The movie wasn’t about the sets or the costumes, it was about people and the history of emotions, rather than facts, to me.” Régime change: Sofia Coppola’s not so sweet Marie. By Peter Keough
Coppola, Dunst and Schwartzman explain . . .
| October 18, 2006
Just about everyone who survived the time with memory intact waxes nostalgic about the ’60s, but perhaps none more so than Czechs.
‘Rare Bohemian Cinema’ at the MFA
| August 23, 2006
Collage of culture
Peace, love, and good vibes — with bells on. Add to that a festive atmosphere, a social conscience, and a psychedelic rock score, and you have a fair summary of the epochal musical Hair , which Brown University Theater is staging through March 19.
Brown’s Hair is making a statement
| March 16, 2006
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