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Toyin Ojih Odutola’s Mesmeric Alternate Universes
With her richly detailed narrative drawings, the artist creates vivid fictional worlds that ask questions about our own, and about the nature of storytelling itself.
The enthusiastic reception of Ojih Odutolas work has both confirmed her talent and reflected the appetite of our current moment. In recent years, gallerists and viewers have been increasingly eager t… [+2158 chars]
Lovia Gyarkye
2021-11-19 16:22:48




How Black Horror Became America’s Most Powerful Cinematic Genre
Films like ‘Us’ and the recent sequel to ‘Candyman’ are part of a much longer tradition of storytelling, one that often wrestles with the gruesome history of racism.
IN 1976, THREE years after The Exorcist appeared in movie theaters across the United States, James Baldwin shared a brief but biting response to the film in The Devil Finds Work, a book-length essay … [+22006 chars]
Gabrielle Bellot, Renee Cox and Danielle McKinney
2021-11-10 14:01:26




Either accept the mistake or be mediocre. ABC to narrate your failures well.
In storytelling, failure is only a stage on the road to success.
  • In countries with a Latin culture, failure is a taboo and is hidden. That kills innovation and creates an unreal image.
  • Getting it wrong is inevitable. To err is to learn. You must a… [+8275 chars]
    Mario Sorribas Fierro
    2021-11-22 15:32:03




The Matrix Awakens is an interactive tech demo for PS5 and Xbox Series X / S
Epic Games has created a Matrix experience in Unreal 5. It’s a tech demo for the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S that promises “a wild ride into the reality-bending universe of The Matrix.”
Epic Games has created The Matrix Awakens, an interactive tech demo built in Unreal Engine 5. A teaser for the interactive Matrix experience appeared today, and the tech demo will be available on PS5… [+1266 chars]
Tom Warren
2021-12-06 15:58:44




Google and PBS launch a media literacy program to combat misinformation
Over the past few years, Google has been trying to repair its reputation as a source for disinformation by launching multiple programs, particularly the Google News Initiative. Now, the company has teamed with PBS Student Report Labs (SRL) and other journalis…
Over the past few years, Google has been trying to repair its reputation as a source for disinformation by launching multiple programs, particularly the Google News Initiative. Now, the company has t… [+1805 chars]
Steve Dent
2021-11-16 16:00:24




'Dopesick' casts the Sacklers as villains of the opioid crisis. Reality is complex
Hulu's limited series Dopesick provides a cathartic piece of storytelling for those with connections to the opioid crisis.
Bridget, played by Rosario Dawson, in the field investigating pill mills in a recent episode of Hulu's "Dopesick." Gene Page/Hulu Editor's note: This story contains quotes and information originall… [+7026 chars]
Brian Mann
2021-11-12 12:00:20




Look for Me and I’ll Be Gone by John Edgar Wideman review – inimitable storytelling
Fiction and real-life tragedy collide in the American’s inventive, melancholic stories addressing criminal justice and the concept of timeAmerican novelist and short story writer John Edgar Wideman, the first person to win the PEN/Faulkner award for fiction t…
American novelist and short story writer John Edgar Wideman, the first person to win the PEN/Faulkner award for fiction twice, is known for his experimental literary style exploring the African Ameri… [+3282 chars]
Kadish Morris
2021-11-21 13:00:12




Bull review – a terrifying thriller
Savage storytelling and compelling performances take Paul Andrew Williams’s revenge movie into another leagueAt his bruising best – and Bull is his finest cinema work since his debut, London to Brighton – writer-director Paul Andrew Williams is a furiously vi…
At his bruising best and Bull is his finest cinema work since his debut, London to Brighton writer-director Paul Andrew Williams is a furiously visceral force behind the camera. His knuckleduster dir… [+1363 chars]
Wendy Ide
2021-11-07 11:30:00




Telling ‘The Untold Story of Sushi’
Daniel Fromson spent years researching a controversial Korean church that had created a seafood empire. He reflects on the benefits of long-term reporting.
This, too, was a time-intensive effort, featuring frame-by-frame animation by the artist Igor Bastidas. Im also grateful to Kate LaRue, Jacky Myint, Blake Wilson and the other members of our design a… [+1251 chars]
Daniel Fromson
2021-11-22 15:44:38




Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker expansion delayed two weeks
Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, an MMORP published by Square Enix, has been delayed for two weeks in order for developers to ensure the game meets stability standards at launch.
The release has been pushed from November 23rd to December 7th Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker has been delayed for two weeks, arriving December 7th instead of November 23rd. In a blog post, game direc… [+2169 chars]
Ash Parrish
2021-11-08 22:02:12




A Taste of Thanksgiving Tradition
Three Times journalists who cover food share how they tackle Thanksgiving prep and how they spend the holiday.
Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together. For Times journalists who cover food and cooking, the holiday season… [+1617 chars]
Megan DiTrolio
2021-11-25 10:00:09




Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ and the Weaponization of Memory
The new 10-minute version of a bitter breakup song from 2012 luxuriates in its details and its supersize length, correcting a power imbalance in the relationship it describes.
All Too Well got its start during a rehearsal soundcheck, when Swift began playing the same four chords and ad-libbing lines about a relationship that had recently ended. The song kept building in in… [+1666 chars]
Lindsay Zoladz
2021-11-15 18:30:04




Chucky Gets a Season 2, Lives to Slay Another Day
The Chucky TV series is a hit—and the diabolical doll will return for a second season to continue his overall-clad reign of terror. Read more...
The Chucky TV series is a hitand the diabolical doll will return for a second season to continue his overall-clad reign of terror. USA Network and SYFY, which both run the series, announced that Ch… [+2049 chars]
Cheryl Eddy
2021-11-30 01:00:00




Review: In ‘Anna,’ the End of Adults, but Not the World
A post-apocalyptic Italian series takes a dreamily harrowing look at life after a pandemic takes out everyone past puberty.
Working with the cinematographer Gogò Bianchi and the production designer Mauro Vanzati, Ammaniti turns Sicily into an abandoned wonderland seen from a childs point of view: a mix of carnival, reveri… [+2412 chars]
Mike Hale
2021-11-17 19:52:24




The Legend of Tianding: The Kotaku Review
In my mind, The Legend of Tianding is a perfect gaming experience. Not because it can do everything, or that it allows the player to do anything. It’s perfect because it accomplishes all of its aesthetic and storytelling goals without overstaying its welcome.…
In my mind, The Legend of Tianding is a perfect gaming experience. Not because it can do everything, or that it allows the player to do anything. Its perfect because it accomplishes all of its aesthe… [+8986 chars]
Sisi Jiang
2021-11-15 20:30:00




The Spoken Argument Is a Valuable Form of Expression
Why do we prize writing skills over the ability to make an oral presentation?
Imagine a square divided into four smaller ones. The top left square is casual speech; the top right square is formal speech. The bottom left square is casual writing; the bottom right square is form… [+2098 chars]
John McWhorter
2021-11-12 21:02:14




Here's Why We Need To Humanize Content Now
Humanizing your content is a sure-fire way to impact your readers and leave a lasting impact.
Humans have a profound relationship with stories. Some stories have lasted millennia  ancient myths and archetypes repackaged as the latest superhero movie or best-selling book. Stories can help huma… [+4382 chars]
Brook Zimmatore
2021-11-30 17:00:00




Apple Celebrates Best Podcasts of 2021
Apple has today shared a press release celebrating the best and most popular podcasts of 2021, as curated by the Apple Podcasts editorial team. Apple named "A Slight Change of Plans" with Maya Shankar as "Best Show of the Year." The show combines storyte…
Apple has today shared a press release celebrating the best and most popular podcasts of 2021, as curated by the Apple Podcasts editorial team. Apple named "A Slight Change of Plans" with Maya Shank… [+2283 chars]
Hartley Charlton
2021-11-30 13:34:54

Hollywood Still Misunderstands Anime
The charm of the original Cowboy Bebop—and many other Japanese animated series—is not just in its style but in its unique storytelling.
For decades, Hollywood has struggled to adapt anime, a type of Japanese animation. The genre has a distinct visual style—lush backgrounds, sleek camera movement, exaggerated facial expressions—that l… [+5038 chars]
Shirley Li
2021-11-15 11:00:00




Ed Piskor's Red Room is a splatterpunk masterpiece
The 208-page paperback edition of Boing Boing friend Ed Piskor's Red Room, The Antisocial Network comes out on November 9th. Piskor is the creator of the New York Time's bestsellers Hip Hop Family Tree and X-Men: Grand Design! I'm a huge fan of horror, an…
The 208-page paperback edition of Boing Boing friend Ed Piskor's Red Room, The Antisocial Network comes out on November 9th. Piskor is the creator of the New York Time's bestsellers Hip Hop Family … [+1313 chars]
Popkin
2021-11-06 15:00:00
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