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Agenda Cultural: 23 Aug, 2023



By Roger Costa

@New York Comic Con

The largest pop culture convention in the country returns to Javits Center, 655 West 34th Street, October 12-15 offering fans an enormous and fun-packed place to celebrate their favorite comics, navigate through the latest graphic novels, discover new anime and manga, as well as the evolution of video games, cosplay, the wonderful styles of toys, superhero movies and the most exciting TV shows. Plus you get a chance to photograph popular characters and discover the talent of varied artists, either showing off their ultra modern product or dressing up as a favorite character.

Marking its 16th anniversary, the event is promised to break records with its lineup of special events, panels, booths and the Photo opportunity with mega stars such as Chris Evans, Ewan McGregor, Susan Sarandon, Jodie Whittaker, David Tennant, Tim Curry, Karen Gillan, Michael Rooker, Rhys Darby, Sean Gunn, John Carpenter, Zachari Levi. The list continues with Comic innovators Rachel Smythe, Jeff Smith, Jorge Jimenez,  and Scott Snyder, as well as Literary giants Cassandra Clare and V.E. Schwab. Also the Voice talents behind top video games and animation will be there, as well as wrestling champions Sting and Jamie Hayter. Tickets start at $73. INFO:


Starting September 10 and on view through January 13, The Museum of Modern Arts, 11 West 53rd Street, presents ED RUSCHA/NOW THEN, a comprehensive solo retrospective on the celebrated artist who created many famous logos, including the 20th Century Fox’s. Curated in collaboration with the artist, it features 200 works spanning decades, from 1958 to now. Presenting the various mediums and forms crafted by the artist, including painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, installation and others, visitors will discover some of this influential postwar American artist’s most impactful works as well as some of his curious and lesser-known creative practices. On the 6th Floor. INFO:

@Radio City Music Hall

Brazilian iconic band Titãs is bringing their unique blend of Rock, Pop, Funk, Punk and Reggae to Radio City Music Hall on October 6th at 8pm. Formed by Arnaldo Antunes, Branco Mello, Charles Gavin, Nando Reis, Paulo Miklos, Sérgio Britto, and Tony Bellotto, the band has become one of Brazil’s most celebrated groups of all times, conquering fans from all ages and whose songs (fueled by sociopolitical commentary) turned into National anthems for the spirit of freedom and equality. As they continue to perform the “Encontro- Todos Ao Mesmo Tempo Agora” Tour all over Brazil making history with much success, this will be an epic musical event. INFO:

@New York Film Festival

The 61st New York Film Festival will bring the best and most important films of the year promoted by Film At Lincoln Center, which culminates with most of its selection running the Awards season as top contenders. Michael Mann’s “Ferrari”, Bradley Cooper’s “Maestro”, Todd Haynes’ “May December” and Sophia Coppola’s “Priscilla” are just some of the most anticipated and exciting films screening there. Considered as the most prestigious film festival dedicated to American auteurs and new talents, as well as foreign gems and arthouse favorites, the NYFF 2023 has a huge selection of more than 30 premieres, plus experimentals, shorts and documentaries. Among them, Kleber Mendonca Filho’s latest, the Cannes-premiered “Pictures of Ghosts” which is a love letter to the cinema-industry made in Recife, and Wang Bing’s observational “Youth Spring”. Another highlight is Almodovar’s short “Strange Way of Life” which is poised to become a Queer classic. Directors will be in attendance for Q&A. The Festival runs September 29-October 15. INFO:

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