"Blizzard of Souls," a Latvian coming-of-age allegory set in the horrors of World War I, is the Baltic country's official Academy Awards submission.
As a mob of Trump radicals smashed windows and invaded the Capitol, a building whose idealized narratives of liberty and democracy rest on the labor of slaves.
Goldstine was formerly a top marketing executive at Universal Pictures.
The art, rejected by two major billboard companies, is the George Floyd Justice Billboard Committee's effort to keep a brutal death front and center.
On Thursday, "The Bachelor's" first Black lead noted the "hypocrisy" of differing police responses to the insurrection in Washington and protests last summer.
Offerings also include Bernadette Peters and David Hyde Pierce in a Jerry Herman tribute, Philip Glass, a "Waltons" reunion and an L.A. dance festival.
L.A. musician Ariel Pink says he "went back to hotel and took a nap" after attending Wednesday's Trump rally on the White House lawn. "Case closed."
"The president wanted this," said Seth Meyers, joining his fellow late-night TV hosts in their strong rebukes of Wednesday's attack on the Capitol.
"The Big Bang Theory's" Mayim Bialik returns to TV in Fox's "Call Me Kat," an appealingly conventional sitcom about an unconventional woman.
Joe Rohde spent four decades with Walt Disney Imagineering. In his exit interview, he talks about lessons learned and what future generations need to know.