Article Archive for June 2011
Writer-director Azazel Jacobs grew up with film in his blood, and it shows in his new comedy starring John C. Reilly.
Top insights on a rare film about life on the Iran-Iraq border.
Splatter horror comedies are few and far between, but this one delivers the goods.
A visionary tale where sci-fi technology meets New Age spirituality.
This found footage sci-fi extravaganza is also a manifesto against media mind control.
How a famous music copyright case still resonates with today’s mash-up media culture.
Three objects of a single film that reflect on the past in a present tense.
22 film critics pick the best movies about making movies.
Ballots of all 22 film critics who took part in our poll, with some special recommendations.
More stories behind the making of a low-budget classic.
The man behind America’s first mockumentary shares how it came into being.
Video essay on “David Holzman’s Diary” and its impact on documentaries, reality TV shows, mockumentaries and YouTube video diaries.