Chefs partner with artists to create meals inspired by the artists' work
The drum-loving warriors of Patapon top this week's pop culture picks
A roaring good video game tops this week's pop culture picks
Minnesota Film Arts survives Gibson's 'Apocalypto'
How a small chain of once-struggling radio stations grew into a giant of the media/entertainment complex
Chris Marker dissects the corpse of the Sixties revolutions
With Between Garbage and Science, Pierre Hébert drags the icon of art animation into the digital age
Director Garry Marshall reapplies Pretty Woman's gloss on girls
From contract killing to mainlining Mormon blood, James Ellroy depicts the most lurid of American nightmares
An abstruse exhibit at the Walker pushes the art of painting out of its gilded frame and into the pages of a textbook
The money swapping was typically dubious. The movies were surprisingly bold. A story treatment from Hollywood's mountain outpost, Sundance 2001.
Steven Spielberg's debut, The Sugarland Express, captures a humanity from before the age of the blockbuster
A new documentary grapples with the real violence behind the most fabricated of sports--pro wrestling
In Sweet and Lowdown, Woody Allen tells the tale of New York jazz in the Thirties--without black people
Framed, penned, screened, danced, sung, shot, delivered: City Pages lauds the artistic creations of 1999
Hayao Miyazaki has devoted his films to mapping the idylls of childhood. Now, with his masterly Princess Mononoke, Japan's Walt Disney sets out for a new wilderness.
The Jungle Theater sends Salvador Dali through a looking glass in Lobster Alice; 15 Head presents Dracula as a messenger of modern anxiety
A new book examines what there is to celebrate in Disney's famous planned community
Experimental film pioneer Stan Brakhage explores the fertile territory of the mind's eye
Forget Fargo and A Simple Plan: A quarter-century ago, The Heartbreak Kid had Minnesota down cold
With Institute Benjamenta, the Brothers Quay widen their dreamscape to human proportions.