America has a new heartland.
Matt Zoller Seitz wonders if future generations will understand The Simpsons.
The visual effects team behind Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life talk exclusively to Little White Lies about the making of the film.
Never give an Oscar to a 15-month-old to hold.
Hungary cancels distribution of Béla Tarr’s The Turin Horse.
Andrew O’Hehir has a chat with the man with the hottest butt dimples in the business.
Back to MZS, who explains why Universal spiked Guillermo del Toro’s $150 million live-action film of H.P. Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness.
Lands End, the grand colonial mansion said to be the inspiration for The Great Gatsby, faces demolition because no one will buy it.
For The Millions, Rob Goodman zooms out and explains how writers create our visual grammar.
Using Juliette Binoche as their subject, Aaron Cutler and Kevin B. Lee try to distinguish between good and bad acting:
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