Mayan calendar reaches its end, world doesn't follow suit.
The stories of the 151 victims of mass shooting in 2012.
Pitchfork's list of the top 50 albums of the year.
J. Ho reads Siegfried Kracauer.
The 19 most terrifying Cher tweets of 2012.
Nick Pinkerton on the fantastic imagery of Ang Lee's Life of Pi.
There are few memorials to Adam Lanza's forgotten victim.
Glenn Kenny chats with David Cronenberg.
Michael Atkinson reviews Cinema Guild's Sokurov: Early Masterworks box set.
Miguel Gomes talks about his latest feature Tabu.
Salman Rushdie rebuts Pankaj Mishra.
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