Sister Wendy’s American Collection

Mother About to Wash Her Sleepy Child Mary Cassatt,1880 other Sister Wendy videos: Bill Moyers In Conversation With Sister Wendy Sister Wendy's Grand Tour Sister Wendy's Pains Of Glass Sister Wendy's Story Of Painting: Complete  ...

Things Behind the Sun

This doesn’t look like an Allison Anders movie. Anders, the writer-director of Gas Food Lodging, Mi Vida Loca and Crazy Town (as well as the clumsy, regrettable rock ’n’ roll valentine Grace Of My Heart), has always told tough  ...

Six Feet Under

Unlike The Sopranos, to which Six Feet Under tends to be unfavorably compared, HBO’s new series about the lives and loves—and deaths—of a southern California family of undertakers treats its audience to a cross-section of contemporary American types and  ...

The Mists of Avalon

Lovers of Marion Zimmer Bradley’s feminist reimagining of the Arthurian legend, first published in 1982, have no doubt been awaiting this TNT Original with eager anticipation. How could it miss? Acted by an award-winning cast headed by Anjelica Huston,  ...

Gormenghast

Sleeveless, scoop neckline shell in satin fabric with back invisible zipper - rust, gold or olive Mervyn Peake’s Gormenghast trilogy is a rich, weighty series of novels – one that is as widely loved  ...

Jazz

Ken Burns' new documentary series Jazz completes the trilogy that began with The Civil War and continued with Baseball. It is less a celebration of a musical idiom than his latest attempt to define the very essence of America.  ...

The Chris Isaak Show

Stretch halter mini dress with open weave sides The Chris Isaak Show shouldn't work. The episodes are overlong, the acting is often amateurish, the quality of the writing is wildly uneven  ...

On the Beach (2000)

Hot on the heels of NBC's live televised remake of Fail-Safe comes this two part Showtime adaptation of Nevil Shute's post-apocalyptic classic On the Beach. (Let's hope this mini-boom in Cold War-era retreads ends before we get Robin Williams  ...

King Lear

Filmed in 1998, this adroit BBC/WGBH-Boston production of William Shakespeare’s King Lear is of particular note for preserving Ian Holm’s celebrated stage performance in the title role. Stellar interpreters of Lear haven’t always been so fortunate. Laurence Olivier was  ...