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As video-on-demand continues to become the preferred route of distribution for a certain kind of independent film, much is being made of Nicolas Cage's willingness to slum for a paycheck, with recent examples including already-forgotten, small-screen-friendly items like Seeking Justice, Trespass, St ... More >>
Can you imagine any other First Lady in the Oval Office other than Michelle? Robert De Niro can't. Last night, at his trendy TriBeCa restaurant, Locanda Verde, the star of Taxi Driver and Raging Bull packed 85 wealthy Obama supporters into a fundraiser dinner, where tickets started at $5,000 a head ... More >>
It's true--the Oscar winning legend no longer looks at the sky and says, "You talkin' to me?" In a Tribeca Film Festival talk with newsman Brian Williams that I just went to, De Niro said that at age 15, he decided not to go to church anymore. "That's not for me from now on," he remembered ... More >>
All photos by Stacey AndersonThis season, Marc Jacobs recalled melancholic, Taxi Driver-era Jodie Foster with his eponymous line, but he took off Tuesday afternoon to play in the sand. His younger diffusion line, Marc by Marc Jacobs, surprised ready-to-wear loyalists with sharp strides away f ... More >>
A celebration of Martys best
Rising ticket prices! Sponsorship gone awry! Oh yes, and a movie you do not want to miss.
Martin Scorsese, hero of the Hong Kong New Wave, returns the compliment
The Hit List
Scorsese and meatballs: Classic '70s docs illuminate the director's persona and themes
Freedom of Bickle is a luxury that cornballs should not be given, no matter the taxi drive
The O.C. Fills a Vacancy at the Hotel California; Sucking Up the '70s
Douglas Gordon Lands on 'Animal Planet'
Reading 'Instant Karma'; or, The Terrorist With a Library Card
Vincent Cassel Lets His Hair Down
Riding in Cars With Leelee
A Year (HeckA Decade, Even) of Pop Music at the Movies
A rundown of the season's movies handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.
Paul Schrader Tells a Winters Tale