Director Fernando Frías de la Parra's Netflix film I'm No Longer Here is Mexico's entry for Best International Feature Film at the Oscars. "He's truly original," says Roma director Alfonso Cuarón.
With his trademark suspenders and Brooklyn-accented baritone, King spoke with world leaders, celebrities, authors, scientists, athletes — everyone.
You might know Mandy Patinkin from The Princess Bride, or Sunday in the Park with George, or Homeland, or ... TikTok, where he has nearly 1 million followers.
Elizabeth Blackwell was the first woman in America to earn her medical degree. Her sister Emily followed in her footsteps. Janice Nimura tells the story of the "complicated, prickly" trailblazers.
In this adaptation of Aravind Adiga's 2008 novel, a young man defies the odds by escaping poverty in a rapidly globalizing India. The White Tiger is a dark satire — with an eat-the-rich ethos.
Evan Osnos talks about Joe Biden's enduring quest to become president. He says Biden has a different mindset today than he once had: "He's a man who is at peace." Originally broadcast Oct. 27, 2020.
Documentary filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady (Love Fraud) guess the names of cities that are named after objects, or vice versa. What was that joke about Hungary and Turkey, again?
Hosts of the podcast You're Wrong About, Michael Hobbes and Sarah Marshall, join Ophiria Eisenberg and in-house blue whale Jonathan Krillton for a multiple-choice game about whales.
From the Showtime docu-series Love Fraud, directors Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady answer the most important question of all: Is it a lizard?
Ophira and Jonathan chat about how they've run out of things to chat with their spouses about. Does this story have a beginning, a middle, and an end? Not if Ophira's husband is telling it.
Michelle Buteau talks about her new book Survival of the Thickest and her gig hosting the socially-distanced Netflix reality series The Circle.
Sarah Marshall and Michael Hobbes from the You're Wrong About podcast test their knowledge about international cinematic changes.
From stepchildren to senators, attendees flocked to the Capitol in both muted and flashy garments, sending Twitter into a frenzy over standout styles.
Watching musician/actor John Lurie paint and grumbly pontificate in an unnamed tropical locale is sometimes puzzling, often intriguing and always soothing.
Derek DelGaudio's successful off-Broadway show has been given a marvelous film adaptation that captures the stage production's delicate and humane tone.