The road-trip drama travels through another side of America
The revamp of the classic show plays like pirates of the old West
JawsThe biggest little theater in repertory films, the 50-seat Trylon microcinema, has announced its summer schedule, an eclectic mix of 32 mostly light but hugely entertaining classic movies. The lineup: Steven Spielberg: Father of the Blockbuster: Depending on your point of view, he either re ... More >>
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Decade was tarnished by sequels, uplifted by longshots
Inside: Jungle Theater, Trylon microcinema, Chris Baker, and Solo 1x2
Bedlam Theatre darlings do it up like the old days
Melville's tough WWII classic busts out of the vault
David LaChapelle captures South Central L.A.'s clown-dance craze
French filmmaker Jacques Tati resurrects his Everyman, Monsieur Hulot, in Playtime.
The Guthrie tries to get comfortable with Ionesco's absurdism
The Margolis Brown Company's tragicomic search for the self takes them to the distant shores of suburbia
Larry David's new HBO sitcom creates a universe of petty malevolence and endless distress
Forbidden Broadway tries to blacken the Great White Way; Absurd Person Singular follows love's spiral toward sadism
Lost in the funhouse with the Walker Art Center's Let's Entertain
How Jenni Olson founded a film festival--and became a queer cinema impresario in the process
With Institute Benjamenta, the Brothers Quay widen their dreamscape to human proportions.
Movies in 1995 didn't completely suck--assuming you knew where to look.
Makers who mattered in 1995