Articles by Kevin B. Lee
Three distinctly different figures in China’s contemporary cultural scene offer windows into changing worlds.
A tribute to one of de Oliveira’s great late-period achievements: THE STRANGE CASE OF ANGELICA.
SCMS 2015 award-winner Tom Gunning: ‘In an era of new media, cinema history cannot simply be nostalgia for a lost past.’
Four film critics share highlights from one of the world’s most exceptionally curated and uniquely enjoyable film events, the nonfiction True/False Film Festival.
Or: why Rohmer’s films get only better with repeat viewings, like playing back the memory of a strange encounter, wondering how it might have gone differently.
The Fab Four get quantified in the classic opening of their breakout film debut.
Who deserves to win? A video essay series applies sense, cinemetrics and subjectivity to the race.
Out of the shadows: rating the contenders in Cinematography.
Which of the contenders asks the most essential question of cinema?
Does it feel programmed by a computer or crafted by human hands?
Does likability matter more than the art of acting in this race?
Who brought depth scene by scene, second by second?