The director documents sexual degradation, with humanity
A Dangerous Method, Aurora, and more
Sundance darling is "it girl" actress of the moment
Decade was tarnished by sequels, uplifted by longshots
Your best bets on the big screen this weekend.
With outrage to spare, a fierce Brian De Palma returns to the war zone. Take cover.
Dogme vet Susanne Bier takes a new vow with 'After the Wedding'
Thirty movies. Nine days. A cultural odyssey.
Competition was brutal at the world's most cutthroat film festival
'Head-On' plunges a mash note into the heart of punch-drunk love
Renoir lets those without sin get cast in other people's movies
T&A and the ol' Ultra-V make for the ideal American film festival
The Everything Movie lands on all four of our film critics' top 10 lists
It was Ingmar Bergman's Century--we just lived in it
Our favorite 'Candidate' returns--to Madison Square Garden
A filmmaker faces down Lars von Trier--and his own failings
Quirkiness proves contagious on 'Kingdom Hospital'
Scorned auteurs drag their leading ladies through the mud
The world makes out all right at the International Film Festival
Aki Kaurismäki discovers the comedy in tragedy
Nonfiction writes the prescription in Toronto
Rancorous "Anti-Americanism" reigns at the 56th Cannes Film Festival
Is David Thomson the world's greatest film critic?
With their boundlessly experimental album Confield, Autechre turn flights of fancy into a power trip
Uzbek beauties! Swedish peaceniks! Iranian mummies! A guide to the high-wire act otherwise known as the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival.
What you see is (not) what you get: Twelve months of well-screened duds and rarely viewed wonders
Humanité mounts a complicated investigation of a simple man
After a summer full of multiplex fodder, the New York Film Festival provides an unpretentious showcase for arty cinema
Lars von Trier's beloved martyr learns a new beat in Dancer in the Dark
Lars von Trier's The Idiots and the Farrelly Brothers' Me, Myself & Irene make intelligent metaphors for acting out
Actor-director Kenneth Branagh enters his Love's Labour's Lost in this year's musical movie sweepstakes
While Western art cinema draws the flashbulbs at Cannes, contemplative works from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong leave the festival glowing in klieg lights from the East
Dim efforts by Roland Joffé, the Coen Brothers, Lars von Trier, Neil LaBute, and John Waters darken the screens of the world's flashiest film fest
A film critic vows to tell the truth about Mifune
With julien donkey-boy, director Harmony Korine continues his tradition of making flawed but fascinatingly belligerent cinema
An outsider's diary from Le Festival, where world cinema meets Planet Hollywood
The New York Film Festival's new New Wave--and the industry's same old neglect.
Lars von Trier's acclaimed Breaking the Waves may be more classic Hollywood drama than art film.
The view from here to Scotland, Hong Kong, and Fargo
This year's New York Film Festival kept movie buffs reeling.