Articles by Kevin B. Lee
Revisiting a live event in which the maestro shared tricks of his very unique trade.
There’s a poignant sense of presence—and absence—in Chantal Akerman’s final film.
A taste of what it’s like to study film in one of the top art schools in the world.
As Lori says, ‘You may never find an answer, because playing is the best part.’
An actress once at the threshold of celebrity, now on the brink of being forgotten.
Reading memorable moments in Josephine Decker’s promising films.
On identity expanded in JANE B. PAR AGNES V.
Framing the art of SUN DON’T SHINE actress Kate Lyn Sheil’s studied craft.
Or: overcoming the risks of road-movie-making with ingenious shot selection.
Denis talks about the most pivotal and memorable scene in her film 35 SHOTS OF RUM.