Film highlights ability of imagination to offset life's harsh realities
Find out which local films are worth your time in 2009
A conversation with Fernando Meirelles, director of The Constant Gardener and City of God
'Vera Drake' finds Mike Leigh collaborating with his protagonist on abortion rights
The Guthrie recalls the iron lady's reign; court-martialing pigs eye
Blur's musical diaspora: Beyond the waterloo sunset, Africa!
The same old auteurs, profound political films, and baffling Brits
Orpheus descends to the realm of the silly; The Chosen depicts the contemplative life
After countless label droppings and lineup changes, the Lazy Cowgirls work their frenzied garage twang into middle age
1999 brought a cinematic bounty to the art house and the multiplex alike
Framed, penned, screened, danced, sung, shot, delivered: City Pages lauds the artistic creations of 1999
Even in the Giuliani era, the New York Film Festival brings the beautiful and the blasphemous to American shores
"Changing the Guard" reflects the new British cinema's turn toward the personal and the political
While American critics script eulogies for foreign film, this year's festival at Cannes suggests that reports of its death are an exaggeration
The Dreamlife of Angels and Carrie offer inverse portraits of single white females
The geezer-rock comedy Still Crazy tries to pour another round of modern-day limey schmaltz
Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man: Kathy Burke in Gary Oldman's Nil by Mouth.
Them Against "They": Aaron Eckhart and Matt Malloy in Neil LaBute's In the Company of Men.
Conducting Himself: Pete Postlethwaite in Brassed Off
The view from here to Scotland, Hong Kong, and Fargo
Trainspotting's ode to junk culture.