Revisiting jazz film favorites with comics.
Neglected beauties rise out of the archival mists to complicate the silent film canon.
With all due respect to the great works of music in cinema, I’ll be ignoring them.
Looking back at Pasolini, who would have been ninety one today.
Fifty films essential to understanding Iranian cinema.
As the typical Sundance ‘success’ has moved from the art house to the Oscars, the festival garners a whole new kind of attention.
As ZERO DARK THIRTY takes a starring role in a national debate, a playlist of cinematic scares pays tribute to existential threats past, present and parodied.
While the web moved Gangnam and Girl Walk style in 2012, a century’s worth of cinema finds dance in yet more surprising places.
Cinema, dead? Not so fast. Keyframe contributors find magic in live events and restorations. But live audiences? That’s another story.
Lists and notes on the best scenes and top performances of 2012.
Keyframe contributors and friends weigh in on the year that was with Feature and Nonfiction Film Top Tens.
Overlooked by the Academy but deeply appreciated by those in the know, WEST OF MEMPHIS, the fourth nonfiction film in the case of the so-called ‘West Memphis Three,’ builds a rich, new picture of judicial misconduct.