Citizen Kane will screen in 35-millimeter print on the big screen at the Sie Film Center tomorrow in conjunction with a discussion of Cinematic States: Stories We Tell, the American Dreamlife, and How to Understand Everything, a book by Northern Irish author and film critic Gareth Higgins, who explo ... More >>
With the classic noir flick The Maltese Falcon screening at the Esquire this weekend for Midnight Madness, we've been thinking a lot about our favorite noir films, from the classic era to the modern. While there are a few archetypes in the genre, many think it always stars a detective, which ... More >>
As we're heading straight into Christmas, the new-release rack is starting to get more and more bare, but there's still enough worthwhile new media this week to highlight. We can't say the same for next week's releases, but since you'll probably be getting a stockpile of wrapped and delivere ... More >>
With the passing of Memorial Day we can finally say summer is here. And with summer comes summer camp, vacations and tours -- and how do we get there? We drive. That's how. This is America, after all. In celebration of seemingly endless sunny days and left-arm tans, we've picked some of our favori ... More >>
And we thought Balloon Boy coverage was beneath NPR.At last, the Balloon Boy saga has reached metaphysical ubiquity, with the last national media outlet seemingly immune to the appeal of little Falcon Heene -- National Public Radio -- finally surrendering. Of course, NPR being NPR, the appro ... More >>
Special K Blueberry Kellogg's Rating: Two spoons out of four Cereal description: Rice and wheat flakes that are large, rough-hewn and speckled with dark dots that would probably cause most folks to phone their physician if they started showing up on their forehead. There are also supposed to be ... More >>
Steven Soderbergh tries, and largely fails, to make ’em like they used to.
True-crime noir goes searching for Hollywood's heart of darkness.
Eerie melodrama explores the dark arts in turn-of-the-century Vienna.
A lesson in south-of-the-border stylin'.
Cheech doles out advice on his second-favorite subject.
Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca
Terry Gilliam sets out to film Don Quixote but becomes him instead.
Joshua Kane brings Gothic banter to the Arvada Center this weekend.
Bogdanovich works out his demons on Citizen Hearst.
Art and commerce do a nasty mating dance in Cannes.
The Video Station
Sampling ad infinitum with America's sonic outlaws.
DAM director Lewis Sharp shows that there's more to the job than knowing what to hang.
Jewish Descent/Jewish Dissent opens with staging of now-famous Cradle Will Rock
A ragtag bunch of actors take on the Feds in Tim Robbin's Cradle Will Rock.
The Very Reverend Dr. D. Wayne Love of A3 preaches the American gospel in a rather foreign tongue.
AS OTHER PBS STATIONS WORRY, KBDI TRIES STAYING UP ALL NIGHT.
AFTER YEARS OF SILENCE, THE COCTEAU TWINS DISCOVER THAT THEY HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY.