The Maya filmmaker says she’s never suffered from sexism as a director, but certainly noticed it as a film critic.
Now featuring Velvet Buzzsaw and High Flying Bird.
We unpack the soundtrack of Gaspar Noé’s latest — a hysterical, deranged EDM opera.
“In the first grade, I went to my class and said, ‘I will no longer respond to Dillon. I am Maika now.’”
“You must always know when you’re working on a level of re-creation, outside of real life. Penélope and I, we have to protect the ‘us.’”
What does it take for a performance by a musician to earn acclaim at the Oscars? We ranked the 25 (pre-Lady Gaga) turns deemed nomination-worthy.
Watch Liam Neeson snowplow his way through criminals, Mads Mikkelsen square off against Mother Nature, or Rosa Salazar punch a hole in the future.
“The Turnip, as I’ve taken to calling her. Fucking hate the Turnip. Can’t wait to be rid of her. End of that. Did not bring that one home with me.”
The story behind the hit film’s unorthodox, exhilarating pop art.
The 20th-anniversary celebration of HBO’s landmark gangster drama was a “lovefest” for its late star.
The late director could always be relied on to deliver flashes of originality, exuberance, and innovative firearm usage.
Before Gremlins, Dante made The Movie Orgy, a hard-to-find, extremely lengthy, extremely bizarre compilation of found footage. We watched it.
The definitive ranking of all 20 episodes of Charlie Brooker’s sci-fi anthology series.
An interactive episode about a man driven mad by a faulty simulation of free will works better as meta-commentary than as drama.
“My only criterion, when making a film, is ‘What do I like? What gives me a hard-on, artistically and narratively?’”
Director Rob Marshall on combining live-action, 2-D animation, and 3-D computer rendering to create a passage of eye-popping originality.
Including If Beale Street Could Talk, Cold War, and Aquaman.
“I adore her. She really is unbelievable.”
“I don’t read the things people write about me. You latch onto the negative and ignore the positive, so I don’t find it to be helpful.”
The season ends with a consideration of the challenges inherent in building and occupying a new world, and a cameo from a C-word-dropping Santa.