Critics elaborate on their votes, their favorite movie moments of the year and OK OK WE GET IT YOU LIKE MARGARET
George Kuchar, the Bronx-raised filmmaker who began his career, along with twin brother Mike, at age 12, died this week in San Francisco after a long battle with prostate cancer. Beginning with The Wet Destruction of the Atlantic Empire (1954) and continuing through The Naked and the Nude (1 ... More >>
The cover of this week's Village Voice is the story of Zaire Paige, a budding young actor who went from playing a killer in the Ethan Hawke film Brooklyn's Finest, to becoming one in real life. He now faces 107 years in prison for the murder of suspected gangster Lethania Garcia, a killing ... More >>
A guide to winter movie releases
Two decades after the severed ear of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino serves up Hitler's head on a plate
Icelandic wailers return, as pretentious and indescribable and overwhelming as ever
Old New York, the ghosts of Raleigh, and queer debuts mark an exceptional ND/NF
Smiley Face the stoner comedy to end all stoner comedies. Plus it's funny!
Precocious kids and old joys at 35th annual showcase of up-and-coming directors
Get your avant-garde fix with plenty of experimental cinema this season
An indie distributor gambles on the explicit and the extreme
Trick daddy: Pimp-hop flick's troubled sensibility sabotages an exquisite lead performance
Skin and boners: Araki eschews pedophilia chic to shatter myths of youthful innocence
The Hit List
Reagan-era callousness sparked an indie film renaissance. Will Bush II inspire another?
Arrested development: Two American independent directors stage comebacks in Toronto
Notes on the New Gay Predator
Unveiling a new indie showcase; producers pounce on Toronto
A rundown of the season's movies handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.
Celebrating a Decade of Risky Business
Indie Production, Gallic Style