Now working with lower budgets, Lee has refined his aesthetic into a kind of hothouse poetry of compacted excess.
The festival program successfully raises universal questions that transcend the context in which they’re asked.
Decker discusses her film’s flamboyant imagery and her affinity for horror.
In honor of Madonna’s 60th birthday, we’ve ranked all 78 of the Queen of Pop’s singles.
Reiner discusses the surprising new urgency that his new film took on after the 2016 election.
Burnham discusses how his film is an extension of his comedy work.
It’s clear that at 70, the trail-blazing author of the seminal work Gender Outlaw is still a formidable force to be reckoned with.
We spoke to the Belgian-born titan of the theater about the experience of bringing new life to Visconti’s provocative The Damned.
Van Sant discusses the long road in bringing late cartoonist John Callahan’s life to the screen.
Granik talks about how she learned to connect with those in the heartland.
The acclaimed musician discusses his fight against cancer and his unique approach to music.
These films, the best of 2018 so far, are united not only by their greatness but, with one exception, by their relative obscurity in the pop-art landscape.
Legrand discusses how his filmmaking connects to pressing social issues off screen.
We’re taking a look back at Trent Reznor and company’s catalogue and ranking all of their releases from worst to best.
Four years doesn’t sound like a long enough time to justify updating a list, but video games move in bounding strides.
The actress discusses how she’s learned to protect herself from the afflictions her characters endure.
Foster discusses her relationship to genre films and the alternate lives she kicks herself for not having led.
Schrader discusses when an artist should show his internal critic the door.
The actor discusses the social fabric of Matthew Porterfield’s film and growing up in Baltimore.
Most film critics have a pretty good handle on what it is a director does, what a cinematographer does, what an editor does. Acting, however, remains a little bit mysterious.