Article Archive for August 2011
The movie industry’s fickleness with its multi-billion dollar attempts at innovation couldn’t be more different than the simple wonders of an astonishing fan video.
Steve Jobs may be winding down his storied tenure at Apple, but Roger Ebert has just gotten started.
Warning Shadows is both the perfect example and the supreme synthesis of the entire movement of Expressionist cinema.
Lynn Hershman Leeson’s Teknolust may just be the definitive Swinton film.
Lynn Hershman Leeson shares her journey in telling the epic story of the women’s art revolution.
POETRY, the latest from Korean director Lee Chang-dong’s, exemplifies his penchant for putting characters under ferocious pressure.
Poetry is a well-crafted detective story with its own unusual sense of mystery.
A video inspired by some of the best writing on Poetry.
Unanimously praised by criics, “Poetry” inspires some exceptional prose insights.
In “Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown,” talking heads candidly discuss horror writer Howard Phillips Lovecraft, whose life and work – including hugely influential stories like “At the Mountains of Madness” and “The Call of Cthulhu” – are treated by his acolytes like the stuff of cult lore.
An award winning producer shares provocative thoughts on the real meaning of “independent” in independent film.
The Festival del Film Locarno is one of the longest-running film festivals in the world, though by no means among the most recognized.