“In the coming decades, more Americans will be forced to adapt in larger, stranger ways to an increasingly hostile environment.”
The announcements of most Hollywood remakes prompts groans and eye rolls. Yesterday, however, heralded interesting news.
It’s hard to argue that American cinema has become smarter as, over the past decades, big studios have incorporated into multinational conglomerates.
The lineup for the 27th Annual New York Jewish Film Festival will highlight a diversity of voices and films.
Winter is dark and terrible, but it is also the best time of the year because of the Oscars.
Düsseldorf’s mayor referenced “current demands for information and restitution in German museums in connection with the Galerie Max Stern.”
“Self-aware regarding his own lack of self-awareness, James Franco is, if anything, all too qualified to take on the role of Tommy Wiseau.”
Michael Showalter might not be the person you’d expect to find behind an ambitious new noir.
The balance of comedy, suspense, and pathos extended throughout “Finding Frances,” is the most ambitious high-wire act in a series full of them.
Despite its openly didactic aims, the project takes a sober-minded view of its subject.