Watching Dirty Projectors open for the National is both annoying and edifying.
She's living proof that you should never presume to know what you're going to get when you meet an actor.
One of the actress's killer virtues is her ability to tackle searingly human drama without seeming to take herself too seriously.
Both actor and director explain that the Before saga has ebbed, flowed, and evolved with spontaneity, like life itself.
We spoke with the director from the Croisette about The Congress's fascinating origins and reception thus far.
Anticipating an interview with him is, I'd imagine, a lot like waiting to go on trial, or waiting to take a lie-detector test, albeit with the tables turned.
This is the film festival as cultural event, easily earning its reputation as a major happening for New York cinephiles of all inclinations.
Carruth hopes that Upstream Color's ending will eventually appear less resolved than its surface suggests.
The director talked about Ryan Gosling, family, fateful collaborations, and how, in art and life, choices mean everything.
Ascher discusses what he learned most from The Shining fans profiled in his Room 237 and his own love of Kubrick.
This year's edition of the festival presents a slate as deep and diverse as any in recent memory.
Before he even takes a seat, Korine makes note of the faint "unce-unce" pumping out of the house speakers.
Melody is the connective tissue between Tame Impala and their audience.
This living, breathing, low-budget seal of approval has kept busy bringing dramedic street cred to numerous projects.
The entries on this list offer a glimpse of the staggeringly dissimilar outcomes of music video's democratization.
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