Articles by Nelson Carvajal
Our most athletic Oscar hopeful has spent his career going for the gold.
A Scorsese-Panahi mashup.
‘I had looked up at these father figures of the silver screen for most of my life, to fill the void.’
Lee’s spirit lives on.
An early silents ‘mashup’ speaks to the possibilities of cinema’s past and its future.
Festival director Bryan Wendorf speaks on native formats, archival classics and his embrace of digital.
Indecipherable by design, works by women of the avant-garde continue to fascinate in an all-too-literal age.
Looking back at Damon Packard’s DAWN OF AN EVIL MILLENNIUM, the horror ‘trailer’ reads like a prescient manifesto on what shape horror’s second century mutations should take.
Taking the leap: Peter Greenaway proves prophetic of contemporary sensibilities in his early short WINDOWS.