Arts & Culture

In ‘Dana H.,’ Deirdre O’Connell lip-syncs to a recorded account of Dana Higginbotham’s abduction by a disturbed client some 25 years ago (photo: Carol Rosegg).
Dana Higginbotham is the subject of an extraordinary new play by her son, Lucas Hnath.
Rob Weinert-KendtMarch 4, 2020
Sidney Flanigan as Autumn in “Never Rarely Sometimes Always” (photo: Focus Features)
For all its deft crafting of real-life detail, Eliza Hittman’s film never admits any reality besides abortion as saving grace.
Simcha FisherApril 11, 2020
Photo: CBN Films
Patrick deserves better than green beer and leprechauns, and he gets it in a new documentary.
John AndersonMarch 14, 2020
To its benefit, “Sister,” directed by Joe Cardona and José L. Vázquez, does not focus exclusively on Sister Helen’s work against the death penalty but also discusses her early life and spiritual formation.
Ryan Di CorpoMarch 6, 2020
Photo: Zed Nelson
Filmed over four years, the film is about the change that has come to Hoxton, the city’s latest chic, hipsterish district.
David StewartFebruary 28, 2020