The House


Bill T. Jones

To mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11, The New York Times asked eight artists in disciplines ranging from dance to film to talk about how that day and its aftermath have informed their work and lives.

USA Today's Susan Wloszczyna on Roger Ebert finding his voice in Life Itself.

Reverse Shot wrestles with "the worst" films of all time.

According to Matt Zoller Seitz, there's more to the office than The Office.

Kristin Thompson explores a D.W. Griffith biograph film.

Nick Davis anticipates his fall 2011 movie-watching season.

Reviews of Werner Herzog's Into the Abyss are trickling in.

Sarah Palin's window is closed.

Of course Gwyneth Paltrow saved a woman's life on 9/11.

Louis C.K. honors George Carlin:

Links for the Day: A collection of links to items that we hope will spark discussion. We encourage our readers to submit candidates for consideration to ed@slantmagazine.com and to converse in the comments section.

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TAGS: 9/11, d.w. griffith, george carlin, gwyneth paltrow, kristin thompson, life itself, louis c.k., matt zoller seitz, nick davis, reverse shot, roger ebert, sarah palin, susan wloszczyna, the office, usa today








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