When last we considered the practice of changing surnames at marriage, there was no shortage of opinions. This week, ‘A Feminist Sensibility’ revisits and expands the discussion.
The second episode of Mad Men’s season was the dawning of new transitions for the team of SC&P, for Don, and for Sally. A little bit of racism helped move things along.
Michael Stahl-David and director Brin Hill spoke with Curiata.com on the red carpet about working with Joss Whedon and bringing In Your Eyes to the screen.
In our discussion of Mad Men’s second episode of the season, Gabe isn’t sure if Don is really on the road to redemption, despite his progress with Sally.
In Your Eyes, the second film from Joss Whedon’s Bellwether Pictures, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. View photos from the red carpet and after-movie Q&A.
We resume our Mad Men discussion with a look at last night’s “A Day’s Work,” the second episode of the series’ seventh and final season.
The word “Easter” has deep roots in several religions, but isn’t in any way connected to the events Christians celebrate on the day. Enjoy “East” day anyway.
Ryan Piers Williams wrote, directed, and stars in X/Y with his wife, America Ferrera. The film held its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Anton Yelchin, Bérénice Marlohe, and more took to the red carpet last night for the world premiere of Victor Levin’s 5 to 7 at the Tribeca Film Festival.
At last night’s world premiere, Match stars Patrick Stewart, Carla Gugino, and Matthew Lillard spoke to the cameras on the red carpet. Watch our video coverage.
Sam Rockwell spoke on the red carpet about his work in the film Match with Marisa Tomei. The movie premiered last night at the Tribeca Film Festival.