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Monday, December 19 2011

The Clerk, RIP

— Scott Timberg (Salon, 18 December 2011)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Culture Industry | Cyberculture & New Media | Film | Literature | Music

Thursday, December 1 2011

Frank Miller and the Rise of Cryptofascist Hollywood

— Rick Moody (The Guardian, 24 November 2011)
Filed in: Film | Gender | General Culture | Politics & Government

Tuesday, August 2 2011

The 50 Most Special Effects of All Time

— David Fear, Joshua Rothkopf and Keith Uhlich (Time Out, 29 July 2011)
Filed in: Film

Monday, July 18 2011

Tuesday, July 12 2011

Wednesday, July 6 2011

Before Walt Disney: 5 Pioneers of Early Animation

— Maria Popova (The Atlantic, 5 July 2011)
Filed in: Film | History

Tuesday, June 21 2011

Can Watching ‘Jackass’ Turn You Into One?

— Tom Jacobs (Miller-McCune, 7 June 2011)
Filed in: Film | General Culture | Science & Technology

Wednesday, June 8 2011

Slate’s Hollywood Career-O-Matic

— Christopher Beam and Jeremy Singer-Vine (Slate, 6 June 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Film

Wednesday, June 1 2011

Filmmaker J. J. Abrams Is a Crowd Teaser

— Frank Bruni (The New York Times Magazine, 26 May 2011)
Filed in: Film | Television

Friday, May 27 2011

30 Books That Could Be The Next Harry Potter

— George Wales (Total Film, 25 May 2011)
Filed in: Film | Literature

Tuesday, May 17 2011

How Sequels Are Killing the Movie Business
— Roger Ebert (The Daily Beast, 15 May 2011)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Film

Friday, May 6 2011

Heroes of the KGB: The Communist Bloc’s Spy Films
— Alex von Tunzelmann (The Guardian, 5 May 2011)
Filed in: European Studies | Film | History

Monday, May 2 2011

Mad German Auteur, Now in 3-D!
— Chris Heath (GQ, May 2011)
Filed in: Film

Thursday, April 14 2011

Defy the Elite! Wait, Which Elite?
— A. O. Scott (The New York Times, 13 January 2011)
Filed in: Class Identity | Criticism | Film | General Culture

Wednesday, April 13 2011

Roger Ebert: Remaking My Voice (video)
— TED (TED, April 2011)
Filed in: Film | Science & Technology

Friday, April 1 2011

I’ve Seen Every Woody Allen Movie
— Juliet Lapidos (Slate, 31 March 2011)
Filed in: Film

Friday, March 18 2011

A History of the Hollywood Sign
— Leo Braudy (Slate, 17 March 2011)
Filed in: Film | Geographies

Tuesday, March 15 2011

Wednesday, March 2 2011

The Day the Movies Died
— Mark Harris (GQ, February 2011)
Filed in: Film

Friday, February 25 2011

The 7 Percent Solution
— Timothy Noah (Slate, 24 February 2011)
Filed in: Film

Wednesday, February 9 2011

The 100 Best British Films
— Time Out (Time Out, 2011)
Filed in: Film

Monday, January 31 2011

Everyone’s a Critic Now
— Neal Gabler (The Observer, 30 January 2011)
Filed in: Criticism | Film | General Culture | Literature | Music

Wednesday, January 26 2011

Making Hollywood Films Was Brutal, Even for Fritz Lang
— Manohla Dargis (The New York Times, 21 January 2011)
Filed in: Film
Churchill Didn’t Say That
— Christopher Hitchens (Slate, 24 January 2011)
Filed in: Film | History

Saturday, December 18 2010

The Guardian’s Guide to the Culture of 2010
— The Guardian (The Guardian, December 2010)
Filed in: Digital & Gaming | Film | General Culture | Music | Television

Tuesday, November 16 2010

How Hollywood Killed the Movie Stunt
— Matt Zoller Seitz (Salon, 12 November 2010)
Filed in: Film

Friday, November 12 2010

Generation Why? and ‘The Social Network’
— Zadie Smith (The New York Review of Books, 25 November 2010)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Film | Literature

Wednesday, November 3 2010

Thursday, October 28 2010

Woody Allen, The Art of Humor No. 1
— Michiko Kakutani (The Paris Review, 1 September 1995)
Filed in: Film
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