Paul Schrader wrote the script to Taxi Driver while living in a station wagon. Such is the myth of the suffering artist. But beautiful crazy Van Gogh bastard established the archetype. We might stumble onto a kick-ass something in the morning, but by bedtime, the artist suffers by choice.
Screenwriter Robert Towne maps the psychology of the American bad-ass
Five examples of debased Hollywood, five beacons of hope
Submitting to the sadistic novels of Bruce Wagner
Underground movies and rebel music hook up in the Sound Unseen Festival
With A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Steven Spielberg tries to rescue the world's most elusive filmmaker from an unhappy ending
A new anthology documents the rare comedic genius of Richard Pryor
Once is never enough: Try another tryst with world cinema in week two of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival
Martin Scorsese accelerates his efforts, while David Lynch slows down to enjoy the scenery
Paul Schrader's tale of a rampaging New England cop delves into the inferno of abusive masculinity
The movies of '98 posed the question: Haven't we seen this somewhere before?
Gallo Humor: The actor-writer-director of Buffalo '66, Vincent Gallo.