Monday, March 16 2009
In exposing animal cruelty, Death on a Factory Farm inspires your outrage, a first step toward changing weak laws.
Monday, March 2 2009
The camera always gets too close in Cassavetes’ films. These aren’t close-ups; they are invasions of private space.
Sunday, March 1 2009
Both Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway and Michael Cunningham's The Hours offer an illuminating look at the choices we make, the roles we play, and the hours that hinge our lives together.
Wednesday, January 28 2009
Has any other art, even literature or music, ever exceeded the visual arts in its ambition, its richness, and its sheer beauty?
Thursday, November 6 2008
The Universe of Keith Haring digs under the artist's pop veneer and goes all the way to the surface, finding some kind of meaning in simplicity.
Friday, October 17 2008
Friday, September 12 2008
Tuesday, August 5 2008
With his life and career in one of their several turnarounds, Cash is here an ideal documentary subject, self-aware, passionate, and glad to take the crew along on a tour of places and people that matter to him,
Tuesday, July 29 2008
Kazuhiro Soda's excellent Campaign (Senkyo) is an "observational documentary," quiet and acute.
Wednesday, July 9 2008
In Full Battle Rattle, the Iraq Simulation and the war are both real and not real, confusing, painful, and horrific, for the refugees working as role players.