Tag: Brock Enright

  • Jerome Robbins’s Classic NY Export: Opuz Jazz, Remade and Renewed

    Rob Marshall could learn a thing or three about transporting dance to the big screen from NY Export: Opus Jazz, an adaptation of Jerome Robbins’s famed jazz ballet that’s directed with clean, muscular, majestic grace by Jody Lee Lipes (Brock Enright: Good Times Will Never Be the Same) and Henry Joost (Catfish). Varying between master […]

  • HEYANewfest

    That BAMcinématek’s inaugural 16-day festival looks to bring in something other than the mortuary crowds of Manhattan moviegoers is obvious in its lineup. This big-tent affair accommodates four overnight marathons, including All Night Bong (yes, really) and Before They Were Scientologists, in which a frolicsome Travolta can be seen attempting to shatter the fourth wall […]

  • Modern Gothic

    Call it Modern Gothic. As cringe-worthy as my term for it is, there’s a lot of work around right now that fits the designation. Young critics are keen on it, magazines are featuring it, galleries are showing it, and next month’s Whitney Biennial will have a fair share of it. When certain things become visible […]