Watching 12 Years a Slave -- and thinking back to a less celebrated film.
How a quintet of legendary American film directors were forever changed by their WWII service.
Deep focus upon one of film's most revered classics.
From the earliest moving images to the latest blockbusters, a history of our shared love affair with the movies.
For a brief period in the 1960s, unprecedented cinematic freedom and innovation flourished in Czechoslovakia.
The Clerks director talks about his new book, his popular podcasts, and his impending retirement from film.
Long before The Truman Show, the German director trapped his characters in a virtual world.
A new life -- and new collection -- of a film critic whose influence has yet to fade.
A new collection celebrates the exuberant anarchist of film.
A rebellious Hollywood auteur's genius and self-destruction.
A new series offers highly personal takes on films that -- in various registers -- spoke to a generation.
A famed director's tribute to his family's immigrant odyssey.
New reissues highlight the visions of
indie-film precursors Samuel Fuller and Basil Dearden.
Guillermo Del Toro's debut work is a wickedly inventive revision of one of horror's classic scenarios.
A comprehensive, single-volume survey of American film criticism from the silent era to today, with ample excerpts.
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