Kirill Serebrennikov, under house arrest in Moscow, is staging a production of “Così Fan Tutte” in Zurich through a process closer to espionage than traditional theater.
The streaming platform will add “Leo and Tig” and “Be-Be Bears” to its growing roster of children’s programming.
The first episode mixed rugged scenes from the president’s travels with praise from studio experts — to an extent that brought some mockery.
Comments by President Trump last week cast doubt on his faith in American intelligence agencies. These books explain what’s at stake.
Michael McFaul’s memoir of his years as ambassador to Russia, “From Cold War to Hot Peace,” recounts a campaign against the United States and the West.
Russian news reports said the suspect thought the 1885 canvas, “Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan on November 16, 1581,” by the Russian realist Ilya Repin, was historically inaccurate.
Paul Tweed attracted star clients by suing publishers in Belfast, London and Dublin. He plans to hold the social media giants to the same standards.
Two directors in the running for the film festival’s top prize, Kirill S. Serebrennikov of Russia and Jafar Panahi of Iran, are barred from travel by their governments.
In a spate of recent incidents, experts have questioned the authenticity of works said to have been painted by the Russian masters of the period.