After greeting the crowd with an amiable hello, the band played through nearly all of their most memorable songs.
Has the collective growl in the belly of a world in crisis finally made it to movie theaters?
Slant caught up with del Toro in Beverly Hills to discuss his work with his fellow Mexican filmmakers.
She wailed with an astonishing clarity throughout songs like “Glass” and “Pearl’s Dream.”
Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck are up to bat again with the immigrant baseball story Sugar.
Every year, New Directors/New Films showcases the latest works from directors more or less new to the cine-block.
Our interview with James Gray touches on the complexities of Two Lovers and the nature of criticism.
I leapt at the chance to send a few questions, via e-mail, to Chantal Akerman on the film itself and on working with Delphine Seyrig.
Antonio Campos, who is now 25, worked on the script that became Afterschool throughout college, and had begun it earlier.
The year’s best music reflects the spirits of hope and change that will likely define 2008.
Documentaries in particular enjoyed a banner year, whether crafted by well-known legends of the medium or heretofore-unknown talents.
She spoke with Slant about Wendy and Lucy and its political bearings, and what success means for an ultra low-budget filmmaker.
It’s no surprise that Madonna’s new show comes off not unlike an act of self-defense.