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A Screening of “The Tin Drum”
Q&A: Corina Copp on "The Green Ray"
“The Green Ray,” Corina Copp’s first book of poetry, was released on April 1 via Ugly Duckling Presse. The book shares a title with, and reverberates inside the world, of Eric Rohmer’s film...
Decadence in Decline: Bertrand Bonello at Lincoln Center
Bertrand Bonello’s “Saint Laurent” (2014), which opens in New York on May 8, has little to do with fashion. Ostensibly a portrait of the iconic fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, the film...
Live Theater Comes to the Big Screen
What happens in the theater no longer stays in the theatre. In the month of May, PVR Theatres will screen two outstanding theatrical productions – “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the...
There Is No Happy Ending: “Tales of the Grim Sleeper”
Until his arrest in 2010, a man named Lonnie Franklin is believed to have killed nearly 100 women in and around South Central Los Angeles, many within a few blocks from where he lived....
Tales From the Comedy Trenches at the Tribeca Film Festival
“Saturday Night Live” is great, even important. At least that’s the main takeaway from “Live From New York!,” which premiered as the opening night film at the Tribeca Film Festival last...
Q&A: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll
Before it was sucked under by the tide of history, Cambodian music went through a series of rapid changes from the 1950s through the 1970s not unlike what was happening in the West. "Don’t...
Tribeca Review: "Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict"
So much has been said and resaid about Peggy Guggenheim that one has to ask if there’s anything new to add. The answer is yes, but don’t look to “Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict,” a new...
Tribeca Review: Nelson George's "A Ballerina's Tale"
A ballet dancer who makes it to an elite level is someone to be marveled. For all its elegant allure, willowy arms, and leaps so transcendental that their landings hardly make a sound, the...
Ghosts in the Frame: “The Vertigo Effect” at BAM
Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” has held an unusual fascination among filmmakers of varying modes since its theatrical release in 1958. The San Francisco-based tale of obsession and desire,...
Q&A: Film Director Ken Kwek on his Unlucky Plaza
Former journalist and screenwriter Ken Kwek turned to film directing in 2012 with Sex.Violence.FamilyValues, a trio of short films, and followed up last year with his first feature film,...
Sarah Francis on “Birds of September” and Truth in Cinema
One of the best films screening at “Art of the Real,” the series at the Film Society at Lincoln Center running through April 26, is “Birds of September,” the Lebanese director Sarah Francis...
15 Films to See at the Tribeca Film Festival
Craig Hubert, Anneliese Cooper, Regina Mogilevskaya
The Tribeca Film Festival is back. Once again, there is a smattering of films, some of them good and a lot more that are not — a typical festival experience. But film is only one part of...
A Dishonest Cinema? “Art of the Real” at Lincoln Center
In a 1971 interview with La Revue du Cinema about her film “Lion’s Love” (1969), Agnes Varda explained that the project was embedded with a series of questions. Filmed in Los Angeles with...
Werner Herzog’s “Hearsay of the Soul” in Cologne
„I am not an artist. I’m a soldier,“ Werner Herzog replied, when asked whether he would like to create a video installation for the Whitney Biennial in 2012. Luckily, the German filmmaker,...
Venice Biennale: 12 Things to Do During Opening Week
7 Must-See Booths as Paris Photo Los Angeles
Labor Activists Occupy Guggenheim New York (Live Coverage)
"Past Tomorrow" at Galerie Perrotin
Checklist: Curator Jane Farver Dies, and More
The Culture Chronicle: Venice and its Lagoon
Tara Donovan's Year of the Slinky
The Top 11 Emerging Commercial Galleries in Canada
Remembering Jeannie Thib (1955-2013)
The Top 15 Emerging Bands in Canada
VENICE REPORT: Shary Boyle's Missed Opportunity
Remembering Lisa Visser (1983-2013)
The Wrong Biennial Claims a Stake for Net Art
The Strange Case of Peter Doig: Art, Lies, and LSD
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