Director Terry Gilliam Explains What Brazil Got Wrong
It's candied Kafka onscreen
Films to look for in the coming year, from blockbusters to indie flicks
Kirsten Dunst falls from heaven in a film not quite as radiant
Both animated and live-action short films show off visual splendor in small packages
If you're the type of person who refuses to eat ice cream that you have to pay for, you're in luck. Tomorrow, April 3, in celebration of 34 years of providing Americans ice cream with funny names, Ben & Jerry's will be holding a free cone day!
Hunter S. Thompson's spirit nowhere to be found
Long before his quest for the holy grail, Terry Gilliam grew up in Minnesota.
Zack Snyder doesn't ruin the film but doesn't get it, either
If you're not angry, they say, you're not paying attention. Mad hatter Terry Gilliam has been accused of a lot of things--directorial self-indulgence (The Adventures of Baron Munchausen), professional self-sabotage (Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas), creative accounting (Brazil). But one could never b ... More >>
'Tideland' director Terry Gilliam entertains some idle questions by e-mail
Air conditioning helps as sequels and remakes compete for your summer movie dollar
High-Intensity Moviegoing at the Toronto International Film Festival
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Unconventional wisdom from unstable characters in the City Pages Documentary Film Festival
The strangely robotic wit of Caleb McEwen emerges in the Brave New Workshop's Minnesota Summer
The comic-book world of Vincent Stall, master of misery in miniature
The movies of '98 posed the question: Haven't we seen this somewhere before?
Ten hours, a half-dozen movies, and one big brainwash at the "stadium seating" gigaplex
Terry Gilliam's fantastic dreams do battle with the Hollywood nightmare
A wish list of might-be hits from the New York Film Festival
An outsider's diary from Le Festival, where world cinema meets Planet Hollywood
Don't look back: Johnny Depp (left) and Benicio Del Toro bring a '90s work ethic to the business of debauchery.
This year's New York Film Festival kept movie buffs reeling.