My friend Sam went back to Brooklyn and his gang of peculiar white buddies watching their endless Stanley Kubrick film festival. I shall not see him again.
Journalists who get screen time are most often men—even when the original story was told by a woman.
A profile of actor Brendan Fraser — who was popular in the ’90s for movies like School Ties, and has been making something of a comeback since he was cast in The Affair in 2016. Fraser reveals that in 2003 he was touched inappropriately by Philip Berk, a former president of the Hollywood Foreign Press […]
“We is an escape hatch. We is cheap. We is a way of simultaneously sloughing off personal responsibility and taking on the mantle of easy authority.”
Novelist Alexander Chee profiles Korean director Park Chan-wook as part of T: The New York Times Style Magazine‘s “The Greats” series, which also includes six other cover profiles: Roxane Gay on hip hop artist Nicki Minaj, Hanya Yanagihara on designer Dries Van Noten, Lin Manuel Miranda on lyricist Stephen Sondheim, Manohla Dargis on actor Amy […]
On the wonder and strangeness of occupying a perpetually in-between space.
The failures of Kathryn Bigelow’s film undercut the fullness, complexity, and beauty of Detroit.
Five stories about movies, for your reading pleasure.
Alamo Drafthouse creator Tim League wants to make moviegoing fun again.
Tim League, the creator of the Alamo Drafthouse chain of cinemas, strives to make moviegoing great again.