The more borders you cross, the more potential for discovery—and 2019, as eclectic a year as any, has demonstrated that.
If there’s one unifying theme of the best songs of 2019, it’s a genre-less sense of exploration.
Our favorite shows of 2019 resist easy categorization, and they attest to a medium in transformation.
In 2019, the best games took the industry’s standard operating procedure and punted it out the window.
Redmayne discusses everything from calibrating his physicality in rehearsals to cultivating his imagination on a barren set.
Hausner discusses wanting to sustain the tension of the first act of a Body Snatchers production over the course of an entire narrative.
Our talk ranged from the personal to the political, her singular work to the cinema at large.
Here are 12 of our least favorite holiday songs, one for each day it took the three wise men to reach the baby Jesus.
There was plenty of merit to the connections being made at Los Cabos between filmmakers and audiences.
For all his humor, Beck is consistently thoughtful and earnest in building his checkered monuments.
Apted discusses his relationship to his subjects, and his own transformation over the years.
Our conversation led us into discussion about how far Mr. Rogers’s philosophy can extend into today’s world.
Johnson discusses his affinity for the whodunnit, his love of Agatha Christie, Star Wars, and more.
Haynes discusses how the film quietly continues some of his aesthetic trademarks and thematic concerns.
We took a look back through the singer's catalogue of hits and picked her 20 best singles to date.
We’re taking a look back at the song the Queen of Pop has perpetually made shiny and new.
Greenfield discusses how the film relates to her body of work and the warnings Americans ought to heed from it.
We’ve compiled the best feature-length adaptations of King’s work, excluding the mostly mediocre TV adaptations.
Richter discusses how he connects his classical schooling to one of his other early passions: outer space.
The film image opens a space for both a reckoning with the old and the creation of the new.