“Living in a van represented a new, glamorous ideal, unburdened from homeownership and a steady job — unmoored, even, from the physical world itself. If owning a home was no longer possible, there was endless space on Instagram.”
“On the set of Minari, she was an old Korean lady.” E. Alex Jung interviews Oscar nominee Youn Yuh-jung.
Martin Scorsese on “content,” the films of Federico Fellini, and the art of cinema.
“Gilliam does believe that the end of society may soon be upon us. The question for him is: What shape will the new one take?”
Terry Gilliam’s 1995 film 12 Monkeys showed us a bleak future, one in which a virus had wiped out most of humankind. Twenty-five years on, the film’s creators revisit their visionary film.
The fight for female superheroes in Hollywood.”
My favorite director, Lynn Shelton, died suddenly this month at the age of 54. Did the spirit of indie filmmaking go with her?
Give me a Bolaño novel that starts with a guy walking into a bar, and then another guy starts telling him a story, and the rest of that novel is just the second guy telling that story.
Dipti S. Barot pays homage to the two irreplaceable voices who informed her love of good movies.
Almost everything you think you know about Aladdin is wrong.