Article Archive for August 2010
Pamela Corkey’s indie feature Easy Listening unabashedly embraces one of the most unhip musical movements of the 20th century.
Jean Yves Cauchard’s eye-opening documentary asserts, “There is no economic miracle in China.”
H.P. Lovecraft’s clammy, paranoid tales of ancient horrors come to life generally defy straight adaptation.
The exiled auteur shines playing the lead for his old mentor.
Hal Hartley shows us how to survive a student mutiny, pitch woo in bookstores, and dance to the music in one’s head.
In Sudden Manhattan, Adrienne Shelly seems to reflect on the meaning of her death a decade before the fact.
101 year-old director Manoel de Oliveira casts a deceptively calm gaze on the relics of Western civilization.
Djibril Diop Mambety died at only 53 years old, having made only seven films. But he helped put African cinema on the map.
Marty shares what it was like to discover the Indian master on New York local TV in the 50s.