Article Archive for March 2010
The American indie icon talks about his extended sojourn in Europe, and how it has affected his work.
Continuing the count of indie cinema’s darker turns.
These totally safe for work clips were censored over 80 years ago—how sexy are they now?
A complex and candid portrait of an unlikely artist with a tortured past.
How persuasive are the film’s claims for a “hemp revolution”?
A personal reflection on one of the greatest films of all time.
Jean-Luc Godard’s video tribute to his late friend and colleague of the French New Wave, Eric Rohmer.
South by Southwest, Plus-Sized Actresses and Millions of Children Mourn a Big Star
Pioneering critic Daryl Chin on pioneering filmmaker Jon Moritsugu.
See the best performance by someone’s hair in a Western.
At the San Francisco Asian American Film Festival, indie icon Jon Moritsugu dishes on how he dissed both Ang Lee’s producer’s and his parents’ offers to support his work.
SXSW vs. True/False, Panahi in Prison, Kathryn Bigelow and the genius of the system.