Who needs Oscar when you have César?
Former Connecticut Sen. Chris Dodd is Hollywood’s new chief lobbyist.
Filmmaker and poet Jonas Mekas recalls the making of Empire with Andy Warhol—sneaking in, sandwiches, and screenings.
“Some shows are literally too good for network TV” according to Matt Zoller Seitz, and one of them is surviving—and thriving—on TNT.
For The New York Times Review of Books, Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana converse about the confusions and occasional pleasures of the annual Hollywood awards season.
Frank Rich is leaving The New York Times.
Over at The A.V. Club, Noel Murray wants us to consider a shifting tide.
Adam Nayman’s article on the drifting states and isolated lives in the films of Denis Côté has placed Tiffany into my head.
Jeopardy!’s Watson has been beat.
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