Pauline Kael reviews Oliver Stone's 'Born on the Fourth of July' (1989). Published in The New Yorker, January 22, 1990
Podcast TIFF Long Take interviews the iconic comedian, actor and filmmaker Louis C.K. to discuss his latest film I Love You, Daddy and what it means to be an artist today.
by Charles Thomas Samuels Rome, July 29, 1969 The living room of Antonioni's apartment, where this interview took place, reflects intellectual restlessness rather than a desire for comfort. Except for a plush couch, the room is sparely furnished, yet everywhere there are books, records, a wild array of bric-a-brac. One [...]
by Susan Sontag Here are the films discussed in the below essay: Les Anges du Peché (The Angels of Sin) Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne (The Ladies of the Park) Le Journal d’un Curé de Campagne (The Diary of a Country Priest) Un Condamné à Mort s’est Échappé (A [...]