[Summer Guide 2014]
Jarmusch's undead know how to live.
Wes Anderson's latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival.
Here's a first-world problem: heavy, allegorical sci-fi
Tilda Swinton sleeping in a box at MOMA PS1 was an artistic feat that many around the world thought could never be topped by anyone anywhere ever. But The National are not afraid, and on Sunday they will be playing their song "Sorrow" for six-hours straight. What could happen over those six hours? W ... More >>
"The Pink Pony was a place where you didn't have to leave your soul outside," Lucien Bahaj said on Tuesday morning at Lucien, the French bistro he's run on the Lower East Side since 1998. Bahaj took over The Pink Pony, a French cafe on Ludlow Street that was home to artists and bohemians, in 2001. I ... More >>
Don't let this get out because it could ruin my career! There are some women that I happen to find terribly sexy, even now in Gay Pride month. But these dames needn't worry about me--I'll just admire them from afar, as well as in this glorious photo tribute.
Zero -- count 'em, zero -- Academy Award nominations were given to a quartet of films that made lots of other peoples' lists, and I know exactly why. The films are Shame, with Michael Fassbender as a pussy hound who can only get it up for quick, anonymous sex;
The nominations will be announced tomorrow morning, but you might as well just go by this list, which has been officially certified by the Dionne Warwick Psychic Hotline. BEST PICTURE (Ranked in descending order of likelihood) 1--The Artist 2--The Descendants 3--The Help 4--Hugo 5--Mo ... More >>
This week in the Voice, out today: Camille Dodero's cover story tells the wild tale of Wheelchair Sports Camp, a hip-hop trio (or as they call it, "krip-hop") from Colorado who raised money through Kickstarter to come play CMJ. Wheelchair Sports Camp's frontwoman, Kalyn Heffernan, is a disabl ... More >>
Sally Potter discusses Orlando with Tilda Swinton
In this week's Village Voice, our writers may not run restaurants, but they definitely have seen their fair share of rats. Graham Rayman's fourth installment of his epic look behind closed NYPD doors, The Police Tapes, runs this week, and now we learn who the officer was that took these recor ... More >>
An interview with the star of Michael Winterbottom's new film
(Because newer is not always better)
As the '00s become history, an Iraq war movie finally wins us over. How fitting.
Toxic battle between big oil and dying natives in Ecuador gets vérité treatment
Facing Indy at the box office, Narnia sequel ups the action
Siddown and shuddup! It's da Kollege of Musical Knowledge.
All right, Ruby Dee didn't go home with the Oscar, but there are no losers at the Academy Awards—only people who have failed to win. And this little legend has a lot to say about theater, film, civil rights, and how to look foxy at 83. So book her! She'll come to your school, your library, and you ... More >>
So, at last night's budget meeting (which, if you're watching this season of The Wire, you'd know as the meeting when editors determine what goes where in the paper), were the powers-that-be swilling coffee out of their Garfield "Mondays Suck" mugs? We think so, because that has to be the only reaso ... More >>
From the seer, suckers: The nominees, plus trash talk about some non-nominees
Plunge into the archives of the Video Data Bank
Redford vs. De Niro: Utah fest moves into Tribeca's backyard
Suburban renewal: Annoying teen-angst subgenre gets a refresher course in wistful emo
Masculine = Feminine: Sally Potter argues for erotic equality
Somewhere down the crazy river: A naked nihilist confronts being and nothingness
The season's globe-trotting films bring mankind closer together, or at least pretend to on-screen
22 films from 14 countries: Striking crimson gold at the annual New York Film Festival
Troubled Buyers and True Believers
Rotterdam Gets Racy