Staffers flee. New blood moves in. And still the question remains.
What is probably the biggest film the French actor Mathieu Amalric has ever been in opens today in theaters across the country. That film is Quantum of Solace, and it may be that hereafter American audiences will finally start to recognize the actor's wet-eyed, puppy-dog mug. Amalric, an icon in con ... More >>
That's Michelle Williams?? Kelly Reichardt's new film, Wendy and Lucy, will screen Saturday and Sunday at the New York Film Festival and as with the director's debut, Old Joy (2006), I'm not sure what all the fuss is about. Old Joy, a modest and talk-heavy portrait of two men in their 30s whose fri ... More >>
Plus: Spidey number three, and four from Criterion
12-plus-hour Out 1 returns to MOMI. Bring snacks.
A teenage cineaste falls in love with the Voice's film pages
Young guns Jaoui and Jia mingle with old masters Bergman, Rohmer, and Godard at NYFF
Before Sunrise's Gen X lovers walk, talk, and catch up in a romantic real-time sequel
Failed Christian charity, Old Testament payback: A Danish director's American tragedy
The first cut is the deepest for a French actor-writer-director
A French triple threat's fearless debut feature reopens wounds and redefines 'skin flick'
Sun Burnin', Page Turnin'
'Hoop Dreams' Director Steve James Rebounds With 'Stevie'
Risky Business at Sundance 2003
The Many Sides of Indie Film's Newest Siren
Making Myths with the Two Biggest Twats in Manchester
NASA Tries to Launch Space-Science Dreams
Laurent Cantet's Work Ethic
The Yin-Yang Glamour Girls of Mulholland Drive
Takashi Miikes Lost Souls
Jamie Thravess Shy Fidelity
Terence Davies on the Cruel Inventions of The House of Mirth
Thrillers! Satires! Westerns! Indies! Blockbusters! Sequels!
A Rough Guide to the Flash and Trash of Summer Reading
Movie Buffs Pick Their Favorite Endings
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