<i>The American filmmaker excels at grasping the neuroses of the past and the ambiguity of transitional periods between eras.</i>
Paul Thomas Anderson’s eight films to date display an awareness of United States history: first of its cinema, as should films by any self-respecting, movie-enthusiast director, but [Read more]
With "Zootopia," the line is once more blurred between education and entertainment.
With the arrival of summer, the film market will be positively sizzling once more. Although China is now recognized as being a gold mine for padding Hollywood box office figures, it is a quality that has apparently earned the Chinese market little respect. Some in the foreign media have even suggested that China is [Read more]
Although Russia isn’t getting good press right now, foreign journalists did not hesitate to award a Golden Globe to Andrey Zvyagintsev’s “Leviathan” instead of the Polish “Ida.” The most important Golden Globes were awarded to Richard Linklater's “Boyhood” and Wes Anderson's “Grand Budapest Hotel.”