Farley Granger, most famous for his roles in Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train and Rope, has died of natural causes at the age of 85 in New York.
President Obama defended the American-led military assault in Libya on Monday, saying it was in the national interest of the United States to stop a potential massacre that would have "stained the conscience of the world."
TIME picks the 140 Twitter feeds that are shaping the conversation.
Noah Baumbach, this year's BAM Cinema Club Chair, brings the work of the legendary auteur Brian De Palma to BAMcinématek with a look at the genre the iconic director redefined: the thriller.
David Bordwell reports from the Hong Kong Film Festival.
The New School will present its first arts festival, which will explore the relevance of the classic genre of Noir and evaluate its meaning today.
Danny McBride and David Gordon Green talk monster balls:
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