What will Serge Bromberg do this year?
The forgotten genius of Jack Garfein
The resurgence of a forgotten comic genius
We are all Daffy Ducks, Woody Allens, Chaplins, and Coyotes inside. We are all haplessly and hopelessly hopeful. —Chuck Jones
Honoring projection wizard C. Chapin Cutler Jr.
Mads Mikkelsen’s latest startling transformation
Mikkelsen’s journey from Denmark to Hollywood
Over the course of the past 60 years, through nearly 600 movies, Roger Corman earned a reputation for working fast and cheap.
How Roger Corman reshaped Hollywood
France’s leading actress receives Telluride’s highest honor
The inner and outer journeys of ‘Unrelated’
Around the world in 70 millimeters
Walter Steiner, a Swiss sculptor and repeat world champion in ski-flying, raises himself as if in religious ecstasy into the air.
After the first war in Iraq, as the oilfields burned in Kuwait, the media—and here I mean television in particular—was in no position to show what was, beyond being a war crime, an event of cosmic ...
Transposing Melville’s seafaring tale to the desolate mountains and plains of Djibouti, Beau Travail settles on a band of French Legionnaires training together under the scorching East African sun.
Together’s surprising and glorious strength lies in the way in which it takes a potentially cartoonish situation, complicates it, and then complicates it further, stripping away our preconceptions ...
It’s the kind of bar men meet in prior to a bank job that is destined to go horribly wrong.
in ‘the zone’ with the Festival’s guest director
Martin Scorsese and Olivia Harrison celebrate the life of George Harrison.
Clooney’s Ambition Goes Beyond Acting