From SHORT TERM 12’s Destin Daniel Cretton, I AM NOT A HIPSTER’s unreliable narrator matches up well with the also brilliantly morose INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS.
Who deserves to win? A video essay series applies sense, cinemetrics and subjectivity to the race.
Finding reasons to believe in films both sacred and profane.
Dramatizing history, taking heat this Oscar season: SELMA, FOXCATCHER, THE IMITATION GAME and AMERICAN SNIPER wrangle with the truth.
On Bertolucci’s stylishly pained interrogation of one man’s, and one nation’s, compromises for the sake of power, acceptance and, desperately, happiness.
San Francisco is the shadowy backdrop for many of Noir City 2014’s unholy matrimony stories.
‘In Case of No Emergency:’ A look at Östlund features playing FSLC shows we’re in good hands.
Reconsidering the true beauty of a mid-century screen icon.
Both actors plumb the uncertainties, delusions and hypocrisies within the American Dream.
CITY LIGHTS and WALKABOUT: Collisions of all kinds that, once seen, are never forgotten.
More than any other filmmaker today, Nuri Bilge Ceylan seems closer to taking the medium to another level—to something that is literary as well as cinematic, that is poetic as well as theatrical.
Dupieux’s movies affirm that the medium is still a place that can accommodate pranksters, dreamers and weirdos.