A Political and Literary Forum
Zhang Yimou loses his muse.
Alan A. Stone
Jill and Karen Sprecher create characters worth believing in.
We Were Soldiers, directed by Randall Wallace.
John Nash and the Hollywood romance with mental illness.
Intimacy, directed by Patrice Chereau.
Divided We Fall, directed by Jan Hřebejk and Petr Jarchovský.
The personal and aesthetic odyssey of China's premier director.
The Luzhin Defence
Directed by Marleen Gorris
Someone once said of Vladimir Nabokov
Directed by Roger Donaldson
No more than ten people were in the audience at
Dancer in the Dark, directed by Lars von Trier.
Shower, directed by Yang Zhang.
Michael Almereyda's high-tech Hamlet is–surprise!–a serious interpretation of Shakespeare.
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David Theo Goldberg
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