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By Our Critics
Middle-class malaise meets inner-city despair in 'The Architect'
'Old Joy' finds hope within a dying tradition
Gus Van Sant shuffles past his subject's greatest hits
First Masked and Anonymous, now this: "Beyoncé Knowles is on the shortlist to play grizzled protest singer Bob Dylan... Seven actors... will portray Dylan during different eras in his 43-year career... Other female stars in line to play Dylan include tennis champion Venus Williams and TV presenter ... More >>
There's plenty to love at the LGBT film festival
Three movie critics pick 21 favorites (and only one in common) from 2002.
Is David Thomson the world's greatest film critic?
Haynes fakes it so real, he is beyond fake
Todd Haynes brings his love for Douglas Sirk to 'Far From Heaven'
Series 7 dares to make us care about reality TV
Finding Forrester's director used to make art--now he uses art to justify fluff
This year's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Film Festival finds new queer cinema yearning to forget its affair with Hollywood
Another look behind the chilly surfaces of Michelangelo Antonioni's films reveals not the King of Pain so much as a well-informed sensualist
1999 brought a cinematic bounty to the art house and the multiplex alike
Master of perversity Gregg Araki looks for the right angle on boy-girl sex
Director Eric Rohmer tells his Autumn Tale--and a seasoned critic turns the page
Constricted by the social taboos of the Eisenhower era, director and master melodramatist Douglas Sirk explored the mores of more
A stinging beauty-pageant satire set in Minnesota wins no prizes for congeniality
Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband is wed to the current lust for what's old
The movies of '98 posed the question: Haven't we seen this somewhere before?
The glam gala may have been feminine, but not female
Glam rock's history is the most unnatural thing in the world
A meeting with director Todd Haynes reflects the funhouse fantasies of Velvet Goldmine
Velvet Goldmine gives the rock movie a makeover
Queer indies broke ground at San Francisco's gay/lesbian film fest. But will they come out in the Twin Cities?
Oscar Wilde on Broadway, Lesbian Opera at Lincoln Center, Sparky the Gay Dog on TV. Be Careful What You Wish For.
An outsider's diary from Le Festival, where world cinema meets Planet Hollywood
An epic retrospective sheds new light on German filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
This year's New York Film Festival kept movie buffs reeling.
The local art scene has turned into a refuge for the creatively challenged.
Makers who mattered in 1995