A Political and Literary Forum
If there is a moral limit to artistic license, director Alice Winocour has gone beyond it in Augustine.
Alan A. Stone
New research shows that a scientific worldview helps people cope with feelings of powerlessness and the anxieties of mortality.
When two scientists discover a book looted by the Nazis, they seek out the rightful heir and in the process explore the reparations process of early postwar days.
Karin Andert, Niko Kohls
Fitzgerald's novel is overrated, but the new film version deserves more credit than it has received.
Remembering Ficre Ghebreyesus
(and a slideshow of his paintings)
Michael Zapruder discusses converting poetry into music.
Dan Chelotti, Michael Zapruder
Abbas Kiarostami's Like Someone in Love
Settling the Cinematic Torture Debate
The Many Partners of Fred Astaire.
An Interview with Philip Gourevitch
Cécile Alduy, Philip Gourevitch
Midnight in Paris earned Woody Allen his fourth Oscar and was the biggest box office success in his long and productive filmmaking career.
Your seatmate from Heathrow to Copenhagen is a beautiful young Estonian woman who, thankfully, is talkative.
Thomas E. Kennedy
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David Theo Goldberg
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