Will the elusive Oscar finally be his?
Decade was tarnished by sequels, uplifted by longshots
We identify the most interesting, influential and inimitable artists of 2007.
Revered, rarely seen South Central-set 'Killer of Sheep' gets its theatrical due
Showbiz noir investigates TV Superman's real-life tragedy
Can rep cinema's old-time religion be resurrected in the soulless Netflix age?
A six-figure debt. Feuding over the future. Can anything save the Oak Street Cinema?
Oak Street makes an urgent call to the senior 'Citizen'
Kate Bush returns with boho bricolage and songs about laundry
Ten studio blockbusters that busted
Jay-Z and Nas celebrate their rise to above-averagedom
Marty's magnificent obsession takes flight in 'The Aviator'
Asia Argento--daughter of Dario--does her daddy proud
A comic book artist takes on America's military machine
City Pages scribes chime in with their top tens
Kent Stephens's latest project is a play about a play about a rehearsal of a play about a novel
'Biggie and Tupac' charts the hits on a notorious heavy and an urban guerrilla
Suck on this, Snoopy: A fiberglass Frosty threatens to storm our city streets
'I'm Going Home' brings an old master full circle
Yoshimi battles the pink 'bots while Wayne Coyne struggles against his previous masterpiece
Peter Bogdanovich loses it at the movies with 'The Cat's Meow'
'2001' brings its enormous mysteries into the third millennium
Dolores del Rio Spent Hollywood's Good Fortune on a Respectable Career
The Sound of Music, 2001: Our Favorite Things
Apocalypse Now Redux extends an epic allegory of American megalomania into the 21st Century
Or, Cannes 2001: How to love the movies without hating yourself
How Prince's revolution was won--and where it got him
1999 brought a cinematic bounty to the art house and the multiplex alike
The glam gala may have been feminine, but not female
A meeting with director Todd Haynes reflects the funhouse fantasies of Velvet Goldmine
A new play, "Project 891", puts the spotlight on New Deal theater, HUAC, and the mother of all arts-funding debates.
An outsider's diary from Le Festival, where world cinema meets Planet Hollywood
From West Bank radical to White House insider, he's remained the most powerful man you've never heard of.
The Amerindie film fest continues to inspire madness and money--and occasionally, art.