Thursday, January 12 2012
The year's best independent and international films are highlighted by a duo from iconic director Werner Herzog, a staggeringly brilliant frontier-western and a score of top-notch documentaries that illustrate how filmmaking continues to reach new highs.
Wednesday, April 27 2011
What is the connection between cloned puppies and a 32-year-old sex in chains story? This and other questions raised at this year’s Full Frame Film Festival.
Thursday, January 15 2009
The most remarkable films of 2008 were small, smart, and complicated. While they're surely worth seeking out for their own pleasures, they also represent the sort of movies that will find theatrical releases even harder to manage in the shrinking economy.
Thursday, January 26 2012
By the end of this film, the line dividing Tabloid from “the tabloids” thins to the point of imperceptibility.
Monday, April 21 2014
Errol Morris delivers an impressionistic take on a remarkable life that is perhaps more wondrous than it has any right to be.
Friday, April 4 2014
The mirror image Donald Rumsfeld creates, his inverted similarity to the villain he mocks, would be comical if the effects of his and the administration's lies weren't so devastating and ongoing.
Sunday, November 27 2011
Tabloid isn't Errol Morris' greatest film, but it's awfully good and worth repeated viewings.
Monday, September 26 2011
Moral ambiguity is his metier; enlightened doubtfulness is his default mode.
Friday, July 15 2011
On first look, Errol Morris' documentary appears to tell McKinney's story, drawing from the story reported by British tabloids in 1977. But it's also about truth and storytelling more broadly, the ways stories escape their tellers.
Wednesday, November 27 2013
If there’s anybody who’s untroubled by the invasion of Iraq, it’s Donald Rumsfeld. Just ask him.
Thursday, June 26 2008
As the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. In the case of the horrifying images witnessed by the world as part
Wednesday, June 18 2008
NEW YORK - The old saying claims a picture is worth a thousand words. But in his new documentary "Standard Operating Procedure," Oscar-winning filmmaker Errol
Wednesday, May 21 2008
Errol Morris is considered by many to be America's greatest documentary filmmaker. He won an Oscar for "The Fog of War" (2003), his portrait of former