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New York Times - Entertainment

Critic's Pick -- The French Artist Who Saw the Pandemic Coming -- Six years before the coronavirus, Neïl Beloufa imagined a global outbreak of disease and digital bewilderment. "Screen Talk," his new project, erases the line between fiction and real life. -- Jason Farago

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'Judy & Punch' Review: On With the Horror Show -- In this bizarre satire, married puppeteers enact a grotesque comic tragedy of violence and revenge. -- Jeannette Catsoulis

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Pete Davidson Comes Out of His Basement With Judd Apatow's Help

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New York Theaters Open Up Lobbies for Racial Justice Protesters

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The Videos That Rocked America. The Song That Knows Our Rage.

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The Sheku Effect: A Classical Music Star Rises

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5 Minutes That Will Make You Love the Cello

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A Documentary for the #MeToo Era

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Could There Be a More Difficult Time to Become an Arts Leader?

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Italians Rediscover Their Museums, With No Tourists in Sight

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Cannes 2020: What Films Would Have Premiered at the Film Festival?

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Livestreams to Watch: The Obamas, Lady Gaga and Beyoncé Honor Graduates

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Hungry for Some Unclassifiable Theater? Dinner is Served

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Stream These 15 Great Titles Before They Leave Netflix This Month

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The Essential Spike Lee

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Celebrating Pride on Film

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Critic's Pick -- 'Yourself and Yours' Review: Romance, Alcohol and a Puzzle -- The South Korean director Hong Sang-soo puts viewers in tune with the world of his sad-sack characters immediately. -- Glenn Kenny

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'Feral' Review: Homeless and Unraveling as a Storm Approaches -- Annapurna Sriram portrays a young woman struggling with mental illness while living near train tracks in Brooklyn. -- Glenn Kenny

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'And We Go Green' Review: Start Your (Quiet) Engines -- The cheery, lightweight documentary looks at the electric car racing series Formula E. -- Amy Nicholson

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By the Book - Why Michael Eric Dyson Would Demote 'Heart of Darkness' From the Canon - "It's done so much damage in fashioning savage notions of Africa."

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'Parkland Rising' Review: A Close-Up on Activism After a Tragedy -- A documentary profiles students and parents who became organizers after the school shooting, but doesn't provide a lot of fresh insight. -- Teo Bugbee

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CRITIC'S PICK -- 'Tommaso' Review: A Sober, but Not Serene, Life -- Abel Ferrara's new semi-autobiographical drama, starring Willem Dafoe, crackles with ideas and empathy. -- Glenn Kenny

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'2040' Review: Tools to Fix the World, Already at Hand -- Damon Gameau's documentary is an accessible, informative and optimistic look at solutions to the climate crisis. -- Ben Kenigsberg

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Critic's Pick -- 'Dreamland' Review: The Hit Man and the Trumpeter -- A double dose of Stephen McHattie helps this freaky noir find its footing. -- Jeannette Catsoulis

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