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Another History: Tom McCarthy and Film
Outside Hollywood: The Story of Cannon Films
The name Cannon Films has become synonymous with ridiculousness: Chuck Norris firing a grenade out of the front of a motorcycle or a sprightly ninja shooting a blowdart into the barrel of a...
Artist Eric Baudelaire’s Letters to Maxim Gvinjia
Craig Hubert, Modern Painters
“I have no idea how or why my letter arrived,” artist Eric Baudelaire says by way of introduction in the notes to his latest project, a collaboration with Maxim Gvinjia, former foreign...
Therapist on Set: Q&A With William Goldenberg
When we talk about commercial filmmaking, we’re often talking about two specific things: the director and the actors. We’re either going to see the new Scorsese film or new Adam Sandler...
Futures Collide in William Gibson’s “The Peripheral”
William Gibson’s new novel “The Peripheral” (Putnam Adult) takes place in two separate futures, one a more tattered militarized version of our own and the other a nightmarish, post-human...
Filmmaker Barbara Sternberg On “Far From”
Watching “Far From,” the latest work from Canadian experimental filmmaker Barbara Sternberg, feels like taking a journey through the past, each step deeper and deeper into a dense fog....
“Gone Girl”: A Modern Love Story
“Gone Girl,” the new film from David Fincher based on the best-selling book by Gillian Flynn, does not need much explanation. If you don’t know what it is or have never heard its name, you...
Modern Love: "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby"
“The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby” is a classic narrative detailing the pain of modern romance wrapped up in a deceptively modern bow. The film, which opens in New York and Los Angeles on...
TIFF Revamp Continues Apace with New Logo
Robert Michael Poole
TOKYO - Tokyo International Film Festival’s overhaul took another step forward yesterday at a press conference held in Roppongi Hills, with the unveiling of a new logo for its 27th edition...
Nat Hentoff, Still Gloriously Out Of Step
Nat Hentoff likes to say he was an “itinerant subversive” from the beginning. Growing up in a then predominantly Jewish Roxbury neighborhood within an otherwise largely anti-Semitic Boston...
"Life Itself": A Barroom Eulogy for Roger Ebert
In the summer of 2006, the film critic Roger Ebert — famous for his television show and the popularization of the “two thumbs up” rating system — lost the ability to speak. After a series...
Cannes 2014 Sets Precedent for Canadian Content
One of the most significant celebrations of cinema rewards Canadian cinema in an unprecedented way, this year, listing three directors — David Cronenberg, Atom Egoyan, and emerging Quebec...
A Guide to the 2014 Cannes Film Festival
The 67th edition of the Cannes Film Festival opened Tuesday evening with a typically lavish premiere of Olivier Dahan’s “Grace of Monaco,” starring Nicole Kidman. Also typically, it was met...
Do We Need Another Ai Weiwei Documentary?
“Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case,” another documentary — one comes out every few months, it seems — about the controversial Chinese artist, opens with the oft repeated quote from Pablo Picasso...
Documentary Attempts to Demystify Sol LeWitt
In a piece for the New Yorker in 2000, the art critic Peter Schjeldahl asked: “Why does everybody love Sol LeWitt?” It’s a question that’s also at the heart of a new documentary about the...
New Museum Triennial Ponders Art in the Digital
Checklist: Lik's $6.5M Photo Debunked, and More
S**t My Cats Read: A Feline Conversation With Tom
Checklist: New Cézannes Discovered, and More
10 Best Dressed at the Oscars 2015
The Politics of Amplification: Q&A with Lawrence
Just Do It: Hans Ulrich Obrist’s Global Art
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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