Moonlight is an exquisite game-changer - and Trevante Rhodes is just getting started, Cinema Thread Moonlight, and perhaps Chiron in particular, resides in the tension between the unspoken — and what needs to be said.
Jill Soloway and Eileen Myles talk creativity, queer art and the end of their relationship, LA Times The evening was an inclusive, funny, and often touching live meditation on queerness, performativity, and the creative exchange between revolutionary artists who happened to have fallen in love.
Maria Bamford's favorite self-help books, LA Times “It’s definitely a hobby,” she says of her self-help reading habits, and then describes the appeal of self-help books as only Maria Bamford can. “I call it emotional Sudoku,” she says, “It’s like Dungeons and Dragons, but for Oprah.”
HyperBody: The trippiest workout around, LA Times It seems to be the future as imagined by the 1980s, or maybe it’s from outer space — some divine blend of Jane Fonda, Ziggy Stardust, Laurie Anderson and a “Blade Runner” replicant.
What it feels like to be a bestseller: Stephanie Danler and 'Sweetbitter', LA Times "People come up to me — men and women — who tell me that the prose is really great, but the main character is so unlikable. She’s not unlikable — she’s sincere."
Nicole Holofcener on complex characters and fuckable days, Cinema Thread The dog leaps up, tail wagging, and unleashes an intimidating bark. “He’s going to kill you,” she says, deadpan. “Is that okay?”
There's just one name for yoga done to the sounds of Drake: Introducing Namasdrake, LA Times Has any hip-hop artist ever been better suited to score a yoga class than Drake, that most sensitive of rappers, that King of Feels