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After "Blacklash," Director/Studio Apologize for 'Gods of Egypt'

For months now black folks and all other people of color have been screaming to your deaf ears the serious implications and fallacies that lie in moving forward with a film entitled “God’s of Egypt” where most of the Egyptian (read: African) Gods are white, European, non-racially ethnic at all. 387 more words

A Place in the Sun: Two Women, One Dream

A Place in the Sun (1951) directed by George Stevens and based on the book An American Tragedy, tells the story of outsider George Eastman. 624 more words

Reviews & Analysis

You can’t cry on a diamond’s shoulder and diamonds won’t keep you warm at night, but they’re fun when the sun shines. – Elizabeth Taylor


BookShelf:Enid Bagnold


Margaret Drabble
Friday 30 May 2008 19.50 EDT

Enid Bagnold began life as a rebel, and ended it as the lady of the manor. She moved from Chelsea and Bohemia to the butler and the garden trug. 2,199 more words

Cleopatra (1963)

D: Joseph L. Mankiewicz / 248m

Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Rex Harrison, Pamela Brown, George Cole, Hume Cronyn, Cesare Danova, Kenneth Haigh, Andrew Keir, Martin Landau, Roddy McDowall, Robert Stephens, Francesca Annis, Isobel Cooley, Richard O’Sullivan… 1,289 more words


7 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before November 27


Opening: “Trees: Oil Sketches from the Thaw Collection” at the Morgan Library & Museum
The third in a series of shows at the Morgan of oil sketches from the Thaw collection, which is jointly shared by the Morgan and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, “Trees” features masterpieces on paper by 18th and 19th century artists from France, Germany and Scandinavia. 924 more words