By Cynthia Fuchs
Respectful and riveting, Up the Yangtze reveals the complex effects of loss and fear, as well as a kind of relentless hopefulness.
Night Beds: Ivywild
Tom Cruise Teaches the Genre What Action Is All About With 'Mission Impossible - Rogue Nation'
The Media Circus Begins in ‘Best of Enemies’
Omar Souleyman: Bahdeni Nami
Various Artists: Shirley Inspired
Mark Springer: The Watching Bird / The Rip Rig and Panic Piano Solos
'Tangerines' Is a Passionate Plea for Diplomacy and Coexistence
'Listen to Me Marlon' Makes It Clear That for Marlon Brando, Acting Was Surviving
"José González's sets during Newport Folk Festival weren't on his birthday (that is today) but each looked to be a special intimate performance.