Is “The Age of Innocence” Martin Scorsese’s Most Violent Movie?
Come with us to a simpler…and more melodramatic time.
Tom Hardy is Just Getting Started
This versatile, bankable star will shine in any part he’s given.
Weekend Playlist: TIFF Favorites on Fandor
Enjoy gems from a film festival where Oscar winners are born.
The Quiet Suspense of Bong Joon-ho
Turn up the volume on this amazing South Korean filmmaker.
Seeing Double in Luis Buñuel's Final Film
With “That Obscure Object of Desire,” the Spanish director went out with a bang.
When the Coen Brothers Meet Sigmund Freud
How Freud’s relief theory of laughter explains some of cinema’s funniest moments.
Why Hollywood Needs These Three Mexican Filmmakers
In this first installment of Found in Translation we analyze how director Alejandro Iñárritu subverts the Hollywood gaze.
Hans Zimmer: The Composer as Pop Star
His scores are easy to love...even if they might be difficult to define.
Emmanuel Lubezki and the Search for Truth
In which we prove that “El Chivo” really is the greatest of all time.