Que(e)ries: considering Tilda Swinton, the activist.
M.I.A. finds more controversy, this time with ler label over her documentary.
This year’s honorees of the National Medal of Arts and National Humanities Medal include George Lucas, Tony Kushner, Elaine May, Joan Didion, and Anna Deavere Smith.
Down with lemonade stands.
Warner Bros. accuses Harvey Weinstein of hypocrisy over The Butler.
Misreading Eichmann in Jerusalem.
Foiled in the United States, anti-gay evangelicals spread hate in Africa.
What the hell is a kaiju? Nick Schager is here to help.
This week, Michael Koresky’s time machine lands in 1934.
How Hollywood blockbusters are fighting the war on terror with drones and other machines.
A new tool aims to help Facebook users dig deep.
Activists call for Ender’s Game boycott over author’s anti-gay views.
In an Al Jazeera exclusive, the results of hte Abbottabad Commission are now being made public.
Louis Virtel interviews “All-American Boy” Steve Grand, “the first openly gay male country star.”
The trailer for Johnnie To’s kick-ass Drug War:
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