Like Crazy and How to Die in Oregon took the top prizes at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
The highlight of this weekend’s predictably shitty SNL was a meet-uncute between Jesse Eisenberg and Mark Zuckerberg.
Related: David Bordwell on the faces of Facebook.
The Emmy-winning Tony Geiss, a Sesame Street writer for decades and creator of the Honkers, passed away last week at the age of 86.
Oscar-winning John Barry, the composer of 11 James Bond scores, has died at age 77.
On the occasion of at least one about to happen this year, Matt Zoller Seitz reveals the all-time “greatest” Oscar heists.
The Self-Styled Siren whips something up on The Village of the Damned.
Funny how quickly the world changes. This clip made me think of the first time I logged onto the Internet, around 1994, to look up information about The Simpsons for a TV class.
From the kids at Lawrence High School comes a new video—a punk update of Mack David’s “Sunflower”—that is a celebration of Kansas (now 150 years young), the arts (a cut in funding has recently been proposed in the state), and the diversity of the state’s youth:
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