Tag Archives: John Krasinski

Nobody Walks

Nobody Walks, the third film by director Ry Russo-Young, and co-written by Lena Dunham, opens this weekend in New York and L.A. You can read an in-depth review in the Times here (which manages to get some specifics of the plot wrong), and although it’s a fine review, I don’t really think it conveys how [...]

Zoetropes, Gestalt and the Promised Land of Inspired Art

The new issue of the Francis Ford Coppola published quarterly literary magazine Zoetrope: All-Story combines modern literature with current events and creative greats past, present and future to provide a seasonal, Gestaltian closure for art of many mediums. For sale on newsstands (and online) now, Volume 13, Number 3 is an introspective selection of short stories. From [...]