[Summer 2014 Education Supplement]
Talking 70mm, Joaquin Phoenix, and researching Scientology for his sixth and most anticipated film
The filmmaker gets his close-up after 40 years of Troma (more or less)
Sure, The Tree of Life won, but did it really win?
NEW: Valeska's sister Melissa Paris tells her own story of imprisonment and unpaid, underaged labor in Scientology's Sea Org. ALSO: Our interview with Ramana Dienes-Browning, who knew Valeska Paris on the Freewinds and has her own story of hellish treatment. ALSO: A slideshow of Scientology celeb ... More >>
"A paranoid midget sent us. This won't hurt a bit."After the jump, an update: Marty Rathbun tells the Voice about his strange encounter. SECOND UPDATE: The Video from the other side. The saga of Marty Rathbun just keeps getting stranger and stranger. At one time, Rathbun was one of the hig ... More >>
Sure, there were missiles in Cuba. But what about the film critics' awards?
She is a world renowned sex therapist. She is a beloved figure across the City and the world. Dr. Ruth Westheimer is many, many things. But one thing she is not is a native of The Bronx. In fact, Dr. Ruth has never lived in The Bronx. But that’s not stopping organizers of this week’s Bronx Wee ... More >>
From Coney Island to Rye Playland
Reliving the glory of America's giant leap for mankind
Searching for unmisery with Brooklyn's closet romantic
The lady is not a tramp: Andrea Fraser replaces sensationalism with adoration
The Top 40 Picks of the Tribeca Film Festival
Fifty years after that triple trip of the tongue, Nabokov's nymphet is as mesmerizing as ever
Full of ghosts, ground zero's like that hotel in The Shiningand maybe that's OK
Cinematic campaigning: This fall, filmmakers assault the status quo at a theater near you
Van Sant's beauties float through intersecting time tunnels toward apocalyptic doom
Indulging in Cannes's Desserts of the Reel
Documenting the Ruins of Terry Gilliam's Quixotic Dream Project
Let One Hundred Edits Bloom
Wrestling With the Legacy of Cinematic Colossus Jean-Luc Godard
How much are 'Natural Born' Killers affected by film violence?