Cinematic choreography and the art of showing, not telling.
At the far end of the backyard, nestled in overgrown summer grass, the girls huddled around their private nitrous oxide tank.
Meiselas speaks with fellow photographer Lyon on the occasion of his recent survey exhibition at the Menil Collection in Houston.
Winner of BOMB’s Fiction Contest, judged by Jonathan Lethem.
Director Walter Hill tells Larry Gross about filming his action movie Trespass and discusses the controversy surrounding it, insisting “This is not a movie about racial confrontation in the sense that the confrontation had nothing to do with race.”
A tree that falls / on facts, on women, whatever is in the way.
“The Loveless echoes the exclusively modulated cynicism found in American writers from Chandler to Bukowski with more than a suggestion that people become outlaws long before they commit crimes.”