Articles by Kevin B. Lee
Reading the memorable moments in Josephine Decker’s promising new films.
A three-pronged approach to one troubling, moving immigration story, from Honduras to the Mexican desert, with Gael Garcia Bernal.
Seeing THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI through the eyes of social and cultural critic Siegfried Kracauer.
Sita swoons to a Jazz Age Ramayana in Nina Paley’s SITA SINGS THE BLUES.
It’s big. It’s complex. It’s abstract. So how do you make a movie about the economy?
The public record of a suppressed tragedy earns its six-hour runtime with immersion in a community’s grief.
Panning for gold at the Chicago International Film Festival turns up gems.
Watch the thirty greatest documentaries of all time in six minutes.
On the best new experimental films and all-consuming pieces of cinema to hit North America.
Reality can’t be trusted: a look at Fellini and Antonioni’s contributions to LOVE IN THE CITY.
Most amusement park rides overwhelm you in sensory overload; this one brings you back to your senses.
High-tech installations and interactive touch screens transform Shanghai’s movie history into a futuristic experience.