Article Archive for May 2011
Visual proof that Fritz Lang was the Steven Spielberg of silent cinema.
Fritz Lang’s follow-up to “Metropolis” is intoxicatingly devilish fun.
One can’t help watching Woody Allen’s new film with a nagging curiosity, wondering what it was like to witness Josephine Baker in the flesh.
The work of the last two Cannes Palme d’Or winners have a lot in common with a major experimental filmmaker.
Funny how nobody seems to think Malick’s absence from Cannes was a publicity stunt. At least von Trier showed up.
A candid documentary about the most popular TV show in China.
As Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life won the coveted Palme d’Or for best film at Cannes yesterday, we awarded our own prize.
Where does “The Tree of Life” stand among the 42 films we saw at Cannes?
Donald Krim dedicated a 40-year career to helping people discover great films they might otherwise never see.
How cinematography and editing help give this Oscar-nominated film its mysterious appeal.
“Happy Together” presents the work of a world-class director at its spontaneous best.
Little discussed today, Miklos Jancsó’s films have an influence directly traceable to a whole strain of 21st century art cinema.