Tuesday, Oct 04, 2022
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Watch Billy Eichner and Luke Macfarlane on an Awkward Date in ‘Bros’ | Anatomy of a Scene
NYT, 01 Oct 2022
Neither Bobby (Billy Eichner) nor Aaron (Luke Macfarlane) are the dating type, which only adds to the tension of their Central Park encounter in this scene from “Bros.” Bobby has brought a large blanket to sit on, and Aaron instead choos...
Venezuela to the Kamala Harris Home: Family Caught in Immigration Battle | NYT
NYT, 24 Sep 2022
Leida, Kevin and their young daughter, Victoria, fled Venezuela, crossing seven countries to reach Texas.
The Real Threat to American Democracy | NYT Opinion
NYT, 21 Sep 2022
For the past two years, Americans have been overwhelmed by a deluge of headlines suggesting democracy in the United States is under threat: Voter suppression.
Watch Warriors in Training in ‘The Woman King’ | Anatomy of a Scene
NYT, 17 Sep 2022
The intensity of the action epic “The Woman King,” starring Viola Davis and now in theaters, is balanced out with moments of levity, particularly in this training montage that sets up two key characters.
I Sold the French Laundry. Then It Became "The Best Restaurant in the World." | Op-Docs
NYT, 13 Sep 2022
When my father died, he held disappointment in his heart. He was 66 and had only just retired from a life of 80-hour workweeks as a successful lawyer, and this next chapter promised everything he had skimped on since deciding to go to la...
OB-GYNs Confront Legal Impact of Abortion Bans
NYT, 13 Sep 2022
As anti-abortion laws take effect across the U.S., doctors treating patients with high-risk pregnancies are facing difficult decisions — and legal risks — over their standards of care.
The Legacy of Elizabeth II: The Media Queen
NYT, 09 Sep 2022
Queen Elizabeth II, the world’s longest-serving monarch, whose
Jonathan Pie: Welcome to Britain. Everything is Terrible. | NYT Opinion
NYT, 07 Sep 2022
So Liz Truss will be Britain’s next prime minister — the nation’s fourth in seven years.
I Have Face Blindness. This Is How I Recognize You. | NYT Opinion
NYT, 31 Aug 2022
Descriptive audio is available for this video. Go to settings - audio track and select 'English descriptive.' We’ve all been there: You run into someone on the street and suspect you’ve met that person before — they certainly seem to kno...
I Stutter. But I Need You to Listen. | NYT Opinion
NYT, 23 Aug 2022
Descriptive audio is available for this video. Go to settings - audio track and select 'English descriptive.' John Hendrickson stutters.
Watch a Tense Pool Scene From ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ | Anatomy of a Scene
NYT, 20 Aug 2022
This early scene from the satire-thriller “Bodies Bodies Bodies” takes a deep breath before introducing its cast.
I'm Going Blind. This Is What I See. | NYT Opinion
NYT, 16 Aug 2022
In the Opinion video above, the filmmaker James Robinson introduces us to Yvonne Shortt, who is legally blind.
Kill Your Lawn | NYT Opinion
NYT, 10 Aug 2022
Seen from above, it’s not the undulating rows of square houses that make American suburbia so recognizable.
Watch Daniel Kaluuya Face a U.F.O. in ‘Nope’ | Anatomy of a Scene
NYT, 06 Aug 2022
The landscapes are open, the skies are wide and the mood is ominous in this scene from “Nope,” now in theaters.
How U.S. Hospitals Sell You Services Without Price Tags | NYT Opinion
NYT, 03 Aug 2022
In the Opinion video above, Martin Schoeller, a photographer who is best known for his portraits of famous and powerful people, aims his lens at a different population: ordinary Americans who have been crushed by exorbitant hospital bill...
Watch Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman Reunite in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ | Anatomy of a Scene
NYT, 16 Jul 2022
A battleground becomes the site of a bittersweet reunion in this scene from “Thor: Love and Thunder.” Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is facing an attack on New Asgard by Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale).
An Underground Abortion Pill Network, From Mexico to the U.S. | NYT
NYT, 16 Jul 2022
As more U.S. states move to criminalize abortion, activists in Mexico have been inundated with calls from women seeking abortion medication.
We Debunk the Latest Corporate Climate Lie | NYT Opinion
NYT, 15 Jul 2022
Finally, corporations are jumping into action on climate change — or at least that’s what they’d like us to believe.
Col. Alexander Vindman: America Is Failing Refugees, And Itself | NYT Opinion
NYT, 09 Jul 2022
For his 1985 documentary about the Statue of Liberty, the filmmaker Ken Burns interviewed two Jewish boys sitting on a bench in New York City.
Watch Austin Butler Cause Hysteria in ‘Elvis’ | Anatomy of a Scene
NYT, 01 Jul 2022
It was the hip swivel that changed a generation. And it is at the heart of this scene in the biopic “Elvis” that introduces the musician to the world.