Article Archive for March 2011
Some of the most innovative, resourceful and shamelessly exploitative filmmaking you’ll see.
This classic tale of forbidden sexual desire still burns like a red-hot ember.
The man who wrote the book on Hong Kong cinema assesses its most acclaimed export.
“Straight to Hell Returns” and “Searchers 2.0″ are violently comic neo-westerns where no one leaves intact.
The rest of the world loves him; now one of Canada’s hottest directors makes his way Stateside.
There’s been a flood of tributes following the death of the last classic Hollywood star – here are some of the best.
False Gurus, Teen Terror Suspects and Miranda July are among the better things to come out of SXSW.
This first-class entertainment heralded a stunning run of films by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger.
Israel’s greatest filmmaker has spent a career telling its stories at ground level.
D’Elia wrote, produced, directed and starred in this brash, abrasive chamber piece.