George Cukor, the great Hollywood auteur hiding in plain sight, gets the “director of the week” treatment form FilmStruck.
Antonin Scalia had his flaws, but he did recognize the power of the Notorious RBG.
FilmStruck spotlights director David Lean, whose early Dickens adaptations and later epics shouldn’t obscure his more intimate dramas from the 1950s.
Films by Hitchcock, Cukor, and Minnelli turn up on this list of classics from before the Stonewall era.
Two hit musical comedies and a drama examining the Chicago Police Department’s “systemic racism” are among this week’s best bets.
George Cukor’s Sylvia Scarlett and Oshima’s Death by Hanging both screen from 35-millimeter this Monday at 7 PM. Why? Why?!?!
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Reader contributor Ben Sachs launches a class on Polish expatriate directors at Facets Film School.
While we’re over here debating the merits of harem pants versus skinny jeans, Sudanese journalist Lubna Hussein has been fined $200 for wearing pants (but was spared 40 lashes). Sudan […]