With Project Nim, James Marsh has created a documentary that feels more like a biopic—and one that avoids the genre’s usual pitfalls.
A new play at the Classic Stage Company, Unnatural Acts, takes us back to period of intolerance that is hopefully unthinkable today.
What’s refreshing, too, about rediscovering Marilyn through her earlier roles especially is how impeccably her life’s tragic trajectory was reversed in her climb up the studio ladder.
I know Alex Ross Perry from the movies, from seeing him at repertory screenings in New York.
Who else knows what we’ve been fighting over better than B. Ruby Rich?
Lindholm and Noer, documentarians making their feature debut, spoke with Slant about their experience making R.
The great Tennessee Williams, unsurpassed poet of the theater and incisive chronicler of the human soul, was born 100 years ago this March.
Shadow of the Holy Book is a failed attempt to shame the vast array of international corporations that do business in Turkmenistan.
Slant spoke with the director about his approach to filming his absorbing adultery tale Tuesday, After Christmas.
Steve Coogan is brilliant…and has to still tell us so.
Here are 10 of the best moments in the Beasties’ MTV careers.
The Tindersticks’ mini-tour for their new box set of soundtrack work for Claire Denis films graced Los Angeles Saturday night for a show at the little-known Luckman Fine Arts Complex.
She was a pleasure to talk to about the process of finding the form for this unusual and moving film.
The old stuff? Well, Polly Jean Harvey seems happy to keep it that way.
Navigating through the selections playing below Canal St.—or actually, this year, at the Clearview Chelsea—isn’t for the faint of heart.
As singer-songwriters go, Dan Bejar is a case study of ironic distance.
You’d be forgiven for thinking the coverage of LCD Soundsystem has gotten out of hand lately.
I spoke with Joseph last month, when the play was still in previews.
We were thrilled to interview the founder of Gaijin Games via the appropriately detached-yet-humanistic medium of instant messenger.
The slate showcases a geographically and aesthetically diverse range of films by neophyte auteurs.