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New Yorkers’ Confidence in Subway Safety Is Shaken Again

Good morning. It’s Tuesday. We’ll follow up on Sunday’s subway shooting. We’ll also look at why your favorite movie or…

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In Iran, a New Wave of Repression Hits Acclaimed Filmmakers

In the shadow of a crackdown in Iran this month on demonstrations by ordinary citizens against rising food prices, the…

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Business

Tom Cruise Is Our Last Movie Star

The helicopter had the star’s name painted on it, the letters coming into focus as it landed on the retired…

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Magazine

Doug Aitken Has an Eye for Dystopia

“It’s a cauldron of humanity pushed up against the ocean,” says the artist Doug Aitken about Venice Beach, the Los…

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Magazine

What Our Writers Read, Watched and Listened to Before Their Big Trips

Before they’d even arrived, all three of the features writers for T’s Travel issue immersed themselves in the place to…

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Kenneth Tsang, Veteran Hong Kong Actor, Dies at 87

HONG KONG — Kenneth Tsang, a Hong Kong actor known for his tough-guy supporting roles as cops, crime bosses and…

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Business

Nicolas Cage Is in on the Nicolas Cage Jokes

Nicolas Cage as “Nick Cage” in “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.” “I feel closer to my muse and my…

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World

The documentarian Mantas Kvedaravicius is reported killed in Mariupol.

A Lithuanian documentary filmmaker has been killed in the besieged southern city of Mariupol, according to his colleagues and the…

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World

‘Drive My Car’ Oscar Is a Slow-Burn Return for Japan’s Cinema

TOKYO — The last time a Japanese entry won the Oscar for best international film 13 years ago, it was…

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Business

Streaming Has Won the Hollywood Debate. Is Best Picture Next?

Three years ago, Hollywood was engaged in a knock-down, drag-out fight over the future of cinema — what, exactly, constitutes…

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