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Tharini Prakash, Staff Writer

Tharini Prakash ’23 is a prospective economics major from Brookhaven, N.Y. She is a staff writer for the arts section.

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‘First Cow’: The story of a cow just as important as Ephelia

March 31, 2021
Although at Williams, Ephelia is hailed as being the only cow that really matters, Kelly Reichardt’s tenth film, First Cow, showcases a cow worth competing with. First Cow, an unorthodox drama released in March 2020, tiptoes the line between a Western and a comedy by using the fictional first cow in Oregon as a catalyst for commentary on nature, capitalism, and friendship.
David Fincher’s MANK is a political story disguised as an historical Hollywood drama

David Fincher’s MANK is a political story disguised as an historical Hollywood drama

December 9, 2020

David Fincher’s latest venture MANK, a black and white historical recreation chronicling the writing of Citizen Kane, is a thoughtfully crafted and refreshing departure from the usually bleak and cool-toned...

What can a new generation of activists learn from ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’?

October 28, 2020

Aaron Sorkin’s second film as both director and writer, The Trial of the Chicago 7, sheds light on a highly relevant historical event: the trial of eight men charged with conspiracy for inciting riots...

What do the 2020 Emmys mean for the future of television?

What do the 2020 Emmys mean for the future of television?

September 30, 2020

Williams alum, Jason Hehir (’98) won his first Emmy for The Last Dance (Photo Credit: Yahoo) Last Sunday, the 2020 Emmy Awards, hosted virtually by Jimmy Kimmel from the Staples Center, gave us a...

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