Kathryn Bigelow's Iraq drama tops our annual critics' survey
The little robot that could tops another chart
Dark and violent movies top the years best. What are we at war or something?
Man of Cinema raises the curtain on a little-known movie giant
The First Annual L.A. Weekly Film Poll
AFI remembers the past, neglects the present
There may be no single person who better embodies the Telluride spirit than Pierre Rissient, a lifelong cinephile who has attended Telluride for nearly all of its 33 years and whose resume is as varied as the mountain climate. One of the storied film buffs who inhabited the hallowed halls of Henri L ... More >>
American Cinematheque fetes Roger Corman at 80
Copyright and its discontents
Scott Foundas responds to Eberts critic-bait
Hollywood Boulevard gives Roger Ebert a very enthusiastic thumbs-up
The Gospel of John converts without moralizing
Seven months ago, the American Cinematheque triumphantly completed its renovation of Hollywood's Egyptian Theater. Now the organization is $2 million in debt. Can it survive?