Arthur C. Clarke, 90, Science Fiction Writer, Dies By GERALD JONAS Published: March 19, 2008 Mr. Clarke was a writer whose seamless blend of scientific expertise and poetic imagination helped usher in the space age.
Anthony Minghella, 54, Director, Dies By DAVID CARR Published: March 19, 2008 Mr. Minghella was the British filmmaker who won an Academy Award for his direction of “The English Patient.”
Author of Clockers, Color of Money & Sea of Love in Interview. A Kaleidoscopic Perspective on a Murder, and Dreams Lost and Found By MICHIKO KAKUTANI Published: March 4, 2008 In his latest novel, “Lush Life,” Richard Price puts his myriad gifts together to create his most powerful and galvanic work yet.
New DVDs: German Expressionism By DAVE KEHR Published: March 4, 2008 The films in the “German Expressionism Collection” converse between themselves in illuminating ways.
In Oscars, No Country for Hit Films By DAVID CARR Published: March 3, 2008 It’s no longer about blockbusters and crowd-pleasers.
New Line’s 40 Years of Reaching Brows High and Low By A. O. SCOTT Published: March 1, 2008 New Line Cinema was a studio where long shots were part of the business plan.
Back in Portland, the Latest Outsider Has a Skateboard By BLAKE NELSON Published: March 2, 2008 Gus Van Sant’s new film, “Paranoid Park,” again shows his fascination with the young, “the creators of the new.”