This Week’s Voice: Fall Arts Previews, Juliana Hatfield, The Game, Sonic Youth, Hitchcock and Truffaut, and More


Thurston Moore at McCarren Park, photo by Christopher Owyoung

In this week’s Village Voice, Fall Arts take center stage: Stacey Anderson is deafened by My Bloody Valentine, Aaron Hillis checks in with Robert Downey Sr., Giles Harvey compares John Ashbery to a skyscraper, and Robert Shuster revisits the Danish artist Jesper Just.

Elsewhere, Rob Harvilla attends one last pool party at McCarren Park with Sonic Youth.

Mikael Wood talks to Juliana Hatfield about her new How to Walk Away.

Jayson Greene tolerates the Game’s LAX.

Eugene Holley, Jr. listens to Chiwoniso‘s newest.

James Hunter enjoys the ex-Girls Against Boys outfit Paramount Styles.

J. Hoberman rethinks old thrillers from Hitchcock and Truffaut.

John Anderson investigates American indie film and The Pool in Goa.

Ed Gonzalez checks out Lincoln Center’s Latinbeat film festival.

Scott Foundas calls the films of Jerry Schatzberg “overlooked and undervalued.”

Plus Creative Time at the Park Avenue Armory, R.C. Baker on Joshua Lutz, and more.

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