Film critic Karina Longworth is reporting from the Toronto International Film Festival this week.
The best, most daring and form-defying documentaries in the world right now are being funded by the Danish Film Institute, and so it goes that the nonfiction knockout of TIFF thus far is The Act of Ki ... More >>
Every day this month, in conjunction with our Feb. 1 cover story "Philip Glass, An East Village Voice," Sound of the City will post excepts of interviews with Glass and his collaborators, as well as reviews of several concerts celebrating his 75th birthday.
Earlier this week, we published our inter ... More >>
As the News of the World heads to the afterlife, at least Tabloid is opening.
That's Oscar winner Errol Morris's zingy documentary about Joyce McKinney (above), the former Miss Wyoming who tracked down the love of her life, found out he'd succumbed to Mormonism, and abducted him for love's ... More >>
"He concluded well before leaving the Pentagon that the war was futile, but he did not share that insight with the public until late in life," says the Times of John Kennedy's and Lyndon Johnson's Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, who died this morning at 93, and Vietnam. He was among the ... More >>