The great Iranian director lost a home but gained a planet
Iranian master Kiarostami's audacious romance
Films, stars, and the festival itself combat easy categorization
After operating at maybe 75 percent of its potential for almost its first full week, on Sunday the Cannes Film Festival kicked into full auteurist gear, with the premieres of three formally audacious new works from three contemporary international art film stars: Michael Haneke's Amour (which we ... More >>
His 10 favorite of the year, plus 2
Sure, The Tree of Life won, but did it really win?
This week in the Voice, Elizabeth Dwoskin introduces us to New York's 10 worst tenants. Scam artists, murderers, and hoarders all make this list of nightmare neighbors. Next time you feel like complaining because the people upstairs are playing their music too loud, be thankful you don't live ... More >>
This year's NYFF manages both. Plus: Our best of the fest
Carlos wuz robbed
Taxicab Confessions this isn't.
The good news for Zodiac fanatics is that the DVD version offers new angles on futility and frustration. The bad news is why.
Innovator meets Image Maker in dueling retrospectives
NYFF's 31-film ode to Janus a veritable Cinema 101
The MOMA returns: A re-opening bash with Godard, Scorsese, and an avant-garde A-list
Following Refugees From Peshawar to London, Director Michael Winterbottom Finds His Personal Velocity
Great Bals of Fire
Dry, With a Twist
Two Iranian Films Put Women in the Driver's Seat
Minimalist Journeys and Maximum Overdrive
Waiting for the Big Ones
The Not-So-New Wave