Lizzani smuggled political commentary into popular genre films with revolutionary flair.
In a century defined by two powerful eras of Hollywood studio moviemaking, Kurosawa is a centrifugal force in the valley between.
Home-movie maestro Ephraim Horowitz takes his place in film history.
WORLD ON A WIRE: cryogenically frozen, but still fresh.
‘I can’t think of anything cheesier than an actor writing two memoirs.’
On a valuable collection of materials on (and by) Macedonia’s most successful filmmaker, Milcho Manchevski.
It’s fascinating to trace Raynal’s career trajectory from film editor for French New Wave directors to her legendary programming in New York.
On John Wayne’s rocky road to full-fledged stardom.
Ecstasy/melancholia, aggression/love, death/desire: there are no unidirectional answers and no simple connections to be drawn out of Prince’s PURPLE RAIN.
Can live music ‘de-traumatize’ the survivors of a brutal civil war?