The maverick French director speaks about bridging generational divides, the art of adaptation and his new fourth-wall breaking meta-drama.
In advance of Easter Sunday, a tribute to the greatest version of the life of Jesus Christ ever filmed.
Investigating one of the creepiest films of all time, with insights inspired by one of the world’s leading film scholars.
Lists and notes on the best scenes and top performances of 2012.
Winsor McCay found the wonders of animation a challenging diversion from his daily drawing, and the film industry found itself the perfect pitchman.
John Barrymore’s performance is one of the subtlest and most intelligent to be found anywhere.
Chantal Akerman discusses her new film “Almayer’s Folly.”
Tilda Swinton has worked with dozens of directors of all backgrounds, but none has mattered more in shaping her work than Derek Jarman.
Sound, color and meaning combine to make Derek Jarman’s “Blue” much more than “a mid-level gallery gimmick.”
George Clooney must make amends with his past to be a good parent to his two estranged daughters.
Derek Jarman’s “The Tempest” reinterprets Shakespeare’s canonical work with his avant-garde sensibility.
This week we celebrate the life and art of the late Derek Jarman, one of Britain’s most influential film artists.