By: Devin McKinney
Gruesome tenderness, explosively joyful.
Don’t hate him because he’s ambitious.
By: Mark Kingwell
Auteur of the unforgettable fork-dance of dinner rolls.
By: Brian Berger
Entertainment, grand landscapes, and dialectical troubles.
By: Mike Fleisch
Performances congruent with camera.
By: David Smay
His horror movies were unimaginably eerie.
He discovered a universe out of space-time.
His films assume a state of undoing.
In 1968, a year of riots, he reached his ascendancy.
He explored the near impossibility of connection.
His Cold War movies predict Pynchon’s seriocomic acuities.
By: Astra Taylor
Director of quirky, moving, political, philosophical documentaries.
By: Franklin Bruno
He defined or refined the dialogue comedy, the war picture, the detective yarn, and more.
By: Jacob Mikanowski
Dedicated to pursuing the truth about sex and desire.
By: Alix Lambert
“An art of ambiguity, contradiction, uncompleted gestures.”