If a century of movies has taught us anything about watching and being watched, it’s that we should be more careful.
Exploring the life, the legend and the art of Orson Welles in a dozen notable books.
LSD, heroin, cocaine, mushrooms and…. telepathic cats.
A look back at the greatest films made with a low-tech tool created for children.
Symbols of modernity, nostalgia or doom, sometimes a crucible for love, fear or no-good, trains have proliferated in the motion pictures since that first locomotive pulled into La Ciotat station.
As contemporary television drives serial madness, we take a look at the brilliance of crime serials from a century past.
Defying categorization, pushing limits: A look at women film pioneers.
As BOYHOOD vies for big awards this weekend, we revisit the aesthetics of cinema’s bildungsroman.
Taking a closer look at the top three films in the Academy’s Foreign Language Film category.
Giving key non-winning nominees their due, from 1980 to the present day.