On how the longtime collaborators have stayed true to their distinctive style while expanding its possibilities with this shrewd satire.
After making her arresting debut feature “National Bird,” Sonia Kennebeck had mentioned...
On a daughter getting to torture her father for fun in this horror film where the lead actor and director were bound by blood.
On this stirring portrait of the legendary choreographer who saw his life's work as bigger than himself.
On their powerful adaptation of Patricia Grace's novel about bonds that cannot be unbroken between a Maori family in spite of a society that would like to split them apart.
A rare public appearance by the director in conversation with Paul Thomas Anderson became a celebration of two creative geniuses on stage.
On this ambitious and idiosyncratic romantic comedy about a man who needs to find his perfect mate before being let into heaven.
On revisiting a groundbreaking production created at the height of the AIDS crisis and seeing a new generation find new meaning in it.