I Love New York: On Jonathan Demme’s Love Affair With The City That Inspired Him

The New York of Demme’s movies was a jittery, daydreamy, romantic playground. But more than anything, it was pure fun.

A New Documentary On The L.A. Riots Aims To Unsettle

An interview with the directors of LA 92

The Red Pill Theory

We can choose to read The Matrix, and the red pill/blue pill choice within, as either the Wachowski sisters’ queer utopia or a fascist guidebook

Ghost Dial: Technology That Haunts, In Personal Shopper, The Human Surge, And Unfriended

Three movies that show us how technology has opened new paths not only for storytelling, but for the nature of human (dis)connection

The History Of Women’s Strikes In America Is The History Of Fashion In America

However you plan to observe this Wednesday’s International Women’s Day, remember the garment workers who lived and died for women’s rights

The Oscars Were A Glorious Bloodbath

And we’re here to analyze every single stunning moment of drama

The 2003 Academy Awards: A Prophetic Shitshow

The Oscars were held on March 23, three days after the invasion of Iraq. As we head into this year’s ceremony, how much has Hollywood changed?

Pro-Tip: Turn The Oscars Off After Best Supporting Actress

That’s the best part of the night — it’s all downhill from there

What’s The Hollywood Equivalent Of Lying Down In Front Of A Tank? A Political Academy Awards Speech, Baby

Oscars night is the #bravest night of the year

Only One Kylie Is Enjoying Her Day

The courts stand on the right side of ‘90s history

Q&A: Raoul Peck On James Baldwin, The Resistance, And Making I Am Not Your Negro

'Resist, or the next generation after you will have climate change, they will have lots of other Donald Trumps to deal with'

Asghar Farhadi And The Iranian Cinema Of Resistance

It has taken careful and creative planning for Iranian filmmakers to chart their paths to artistic freedom, which makes Trump’s actions all the more appalling

Mary Tyler Moore Was Even Better When She Wasn’t Playing America’s Sweetheart

‘Ordinary People’ dealt openly with the idea that not every woman wants to be a mother and not every woman loves her child

Let Senator Al Franken Be Your Political Role Model, Seriously

Franken is good enough, smart enough, and — after years of carefully distancing himself from his comedic past — ready to be the leader we need

Isabelle Huppert Will Save Us From Ourselves

We love her deeply, but no one loves Huppert as much as Huppert loves Huppert

The Golden Globes Is The Drunkest, Most Embarrassing, Most Iconic Night Of The Year

We present you with some of its proudest moments

How Carrie Fisher Made Us Love Imperfection

Why you should watch ‘Postcards from the Edge’ tonight

The Kids Are All Right: The Best Young TV And Filmmakers Of 2016

From Donald Glover to Anna Rose Holmer, this was a surprisingly good year for the 35-and-under crowd

The Year's Biggest Losers: Billy Bush And Huma Abedin

The downfall of 2016's most tragic figures

Here’s Your Oscar Ballot Of Winners From Movies Directed By Women

In a world where the only films nominated for Academy Awards were directed by women, here’s who would win

Happy 20th Anniversary To Jerry Maguire, A True Fairy Tale For The ’90s

Without this Cameron Crowe classic, how would we even know how much the human head weighs?

2016 Was A Restless — And Crucial — Year For TV And Movies

In the year of ‘Moonlight,’ ‘Lemonade,’ and O.J. Simpson, movies and TV turned to confront the anger, fear, and anxiety in our lives head-on

Natalie Portman Will Never Grow Up

The career of the perpetually baby-faced, baby-voiced actress is a reminder of the creepy attentions of Hollywood’s starmaking machine

Leah Remini Vs. The Church Of Scientology

A&E’s new reality show follows Remini as she takes on the enormous church she left behind