LGBT Film: Still Suffering From Baby-Step Syndrome
After marriage equality, LGBTQ cinema is in flux—and Hollywood has been slow to adapt.
Can 'Jupiter Ascending' Change the Way We Feel About 'The Matrix'?
With yet another Wachowski flop, might we start re-evaluating the film that made them so famous in the first place?
How the Movies of Tomorrow Will Play With Your Mind
A neuroscientist in California is dreaming up a new visual vocabulary for cinema that could revolutionize the filmmaking business.
Masochism at the Movies: Historical Horrors With Hitchcock and McQueen
Brutalism on screen—and its moral repercussions.
Documentary Chronicles Art Saved from Dictator's Reach
The documentary 'The Desert of Forbidden Art' tells the story of the Igor Savitsky Museum, a remote refuge for Soviet-era art that ran afoul of Stalin's diktat.
Sex Appeal, Exotic Setting Equal Satisfied Moviegoers
A new study of factors that contribute to a film’s popularity suggests the sex appeal of stars outweighs identification with the lead character.