Todd Haynes’ audiovisual blast delves into the creative combat that birthed America’s first great avant-garde rock ‘n’ roll band, the Velvet Underground.
A lyrical ode to Hollywood beauties Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor, the An American Tragedy-inspired A Place in the Sun casts a long noirish shadow.
Come to the new ten-disc DVD Austin City Limits celebration for Reba, Toby, Dolly, Loretta, or whoever your favorite is, but stay for Willie in 1974.
Kwan’s art-house Center Stage and Cruze’s vulgar The Great Gabbo both touch on the tragic tropes of performers whose careers suck up their lives.
Rebel Women Between the Wars may guide women grappling with many of the same challenges today: fascism, male backlash, bigotry, and organized hate movements.