The director’s six-decade career was an ever-adapting project to examine cinema’s relationship to the other arts and its inherent aesthetic and moral responsibilities.
The well-researched podcast has done deep dives into US attempts at regime change in Iraq and Cuba, with its new season tackling the Korean War.
Baz Luhrmann’s film Elvis and Danny Boyle’s miniseries Pistol are both overly fixated on the influence their respective musicians’ managers had on them.
Eiffel inadvertently paints its protagonist not as a great man worthy of scrutiny or praise, but as the Elon Musk of his day.
Featuring Ethan Hawke in a dual role as twin brothers on opposite sides of a brewing war, Abel Ferrara’s new film evokes the paranoia of modern information overload.
Manny Farber: Paintings and Writings is the first comprehensive overview of the renowned film critic’s work as a painter.
From HBO’s Watchmen to The Social Network and Gone Girl, their soundtracks have constituted some of the best of the 2010s.
Tunes 2011-2019 suggests that Burial has not, like many musical geniuses, lost his way but rather deepened his singular sound and its capacity to reflect modern social and psychological angst.
Costa’s seventh feature, Vitalina Varela, is the latest in a filmography that consistently builds on its predecessors both thematically and stylistically, telling and retelling connected stories through different points of view.
Bring the Soul follows the Korean boy band BTS on its recent world tour, showing the members’ incredible grind and perseverance.