The filmmaker’s latest creates an aura of intrigue, mostly from documentary footage aided by an ominous voiceover.
When White takes a solo, he’s usually on his toes, his audience likewise, thanks both to magician-worthy stage surprises and to the consistent vitality of tunes both new and old.
Ratanaruang sat with us last year to discuss how he created Headshot’s tense and poetic visual vocabulary.
Thomas is back on Broadway in the Manhattan Theatre Club’s revival of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People.
As always, alongside the marquee selections, the committee has programmed a diverse selection of under-the-radar films.
Currently appearing in Josh Radnor’s Liberal Arts, Janney is the actorly equivalent of jumper cables.
You thought Dolph Lundgren, Meryl Streep, and Darth Sidious couldn’t co-habitate. You were wrong, Padawan.
Paradise: Faith the freshly anointed winner of a special jury prize at the 69th Venice International Film Festival Jury, where our conversation took place.
We scrounged up an eclectic selection, boasting the likes of Clint Eastwood, Carl Weathers, Warren Beatty, and Eminem.
The actresses quickly prove that inside-joke-filled bonds are par for the course with close-knit movie shoots.
In a “manifesto” about her latest tour, Madonna insists that the guns and violence that open the show are metaphors.
Sachs, a longtime resident of the Big Apple, dreams of creating a queer-arts renaissance in his adopted city.
Let’s just say that Carmen Maura, Jennifer Jones, and Bill Cosby have more in common than you might have thought.
Do you know why VH1 produced more installments of I Love the ‘80s than any other decade? Because there was simply more to love.
The annual flood of see-them-or-be-left-out titles will pummel your poor movie-buff planning like a surging tsunami.
Zobel seems downright timid for a man who filmed his sympathetic heroine doing naked jumping jacks for a phantom authority figure.
Caroline Martel’s video installation Industry/Cinema places ephemeral films alongside more familiar ones.