Nobody thought a movie made entirely about graffiti-covered trains would be so compelling. But it was. Or so people think today. Stations of the Elevated, a 1980 documentary by cinematographer and School of Visual Arts professor Manfred Kirchheimer, has been getting the kind of recognition -- 24 yea ... More >>
The Fall 2014 Issue
[Summer Guide 2014]
Beasts of the Southern Wild--opening on the 27th--is a beautifully filmed, award winning tale of a girl named Hushpuppy who lives with her dad in the Southern delta, learning the ropes of living as dad gets sick, the ice caps melt, and giant pigs roam the swamps. It's evocative, charming, and drama ... More >>
At four, the festival grows into a grand celebration
Director Evan Glodell talks breakups and homemade bombs. Plus, summer film picks.
How many Democrats does it take to make a donkey show? In this week's cover story, Village Voice columnist Wayne Barrett takes account of the opposition New York gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo will actually have to face: Shelly Silver, and the rest of our state's old-school democrats.
Nicki Minaj, in one of many "invincible Street Fighter 2 character" outfits. Photo by Santiago FelipeIn this week's Village Voice, Rob Harvilla keeps a running diary of Summer Jam 2010, where the best highlight Hot 97 could muster was a set from DJ Khaled. What happened, New York? Elsewhere, ... More >>
Starring Norah and Mrs. Jones
An interview with the star of Michael Winterbottom's new film
Sometimes the only way to get to love is through a tragedy