Jarmusch's 1999 classic Ghost Dog, now in a Criterion edition, freely mixes and matches Bushido philosophy, Mafia and samurai flicks, Ryūnosuke Akutagawa, and lo-fi hip-hop into a sly and dreamy comedy about role-playing.
With The Dead Don't Die, Jim Jarmusch deliberately deprives his latest film of the propulsive terrors innate to most zombie films, instead using the genre to matter-of-factly rhapsodize about consumer culture and the inevitability of the apocalypse.
Jozef Van Wissem and Jim Jarmusch Continue their Unlikely Collaboration with the Dark, Droning ‘An Attempt to Draw Aside the Veil’
It's an odd combination, but Dutch lute player Jozef Van Wissem and celebrated film director Jim Jarmusch make gloomy magic on their new album.
With Paterson, Jim Marusch tells a story with a heartwarming message that could carry a particular resonance with writers of fiction and non-fiction alike.