- DVD TalkAug 24 02:27 PM
Recommended The Movie Wartime office satire Zero Motivation can be summed up by a character in the film who misquotes Franz Kafka at an office party where she is being promoted: "The chains that bind mankind are made of office paperwork" The film has a great feel for the absurdities of bureaucratic entanglement in a story about two female friends who are customarily drafted to serve two years in...
- Limerick LeaderAug 13 03:54 PM
LIMERICK Youth Theatre are busily preparing to put a “juggernaut” on the stage in the coming days in the shape of The Trial.
- Lowell SunAug 30 07:28 PM
As tech companies and estate lawyers battled this summer over who gets the keys to our digital data after we die, the father of bestselling novelist Marsha Mehran sued Google searching for her lost works and clues to her tragic death.
- The GuardianAug 26 03:37 AM
Heartbreaking tales of love, devotion, innocence – and philosophy. From Homer to Kafka, these works show humanity intimately observed by its best friend Man created dog, or dog created man, about 30,000 years ago somewhere in east Asia. Dogs witnessed us when we were still part very much part of the animal kingdom, marginal creatures foraging for a living, before we had stone tools, before we ...
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsAug 26 06:45 AM
By Isla Binnie MILAN (Reuters) - A 1896 film of a woman plucking babies from a cabbage patch marks a whimsical start to a Milan exhibition that examines artistic representations of motherhood, but the mood turns more sinister as the show moves into the 20th century. "The Great Mother" recounts a turbulent period in the history of women through more than 400 paintings, photographs, drawings ...
- Time MagazineAug 27 09:08 AM
The author's archive was recently acquired by the Ransom Center
- Fox NewsAug 31 05:13 AM
You must get intentional about your creativity if you want it to flourish.
- RTÉ NewsAug 18 03:50 AM
The Great Wall is brave, provocative cinema which deals with the tragic situation of the influx of immigrants into Europe - ever more topical with each day that passes.
- New York TimesAug 20 12:32 PM
A throbbing, infection production of Euripides' "The Bakkhai" stars Ben Whishaw as Dionysos; and Rory Kinnear plays Joseph K, Kafka's bewildered and shame-stained hero, in "The Trial."
- New York TimesAug 26 04:46 PM
“Bakkhai,” “Splendour” and “The Trial” are among the worthy offerings on London stages this summer.
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