Michelangelo Antonioni, Bold Director, Dies at 94 By RICK LYMAN Published: August 1, 2007 The director’s chilly depictions of alienation were cornerstones of international filmmaking in the 1960s.
Ingmar Bergman, Famed Film Director, Dies at 89 By MERVYN ROTHSTEIN Published: July 30, 2007 The Swedish “poet with the camera” dominated the world of film making in the second half of the 20th century.
Gates Plans His Leave Amid Great Change By JOHN MARKOFF Published: July 30, 2007 Bill Gates, who co-founded Microsoft, still intends to step away next year as planned. But so far, Mr. Gates, the company’s chairman, is showing no sign of fading away.
An Indie Star Whose Life Is an Indie Film By DAVID CARR Published: May 6, 2007 No matter what Parker Posey sets out to do, it always seems to turn into an indie movie.
Back to the (Double) Feature Published: April 6, 2007 Grindhouse
Inside Man Published: March 24, 2006 Inside Man
Noir and the City: Dark, Dangerous, Corrupt and Sexy By TERRENCE RAFFERTY Published: July 22, 2007 The movies in Film Forum’s N.Y.C. Noir series explore themes of guilt, desire, ambition and powerlessness, which New Yorkers know a thing or two about.
A Family in Harmony By ZOË WOLFF Published: June 17, 2007 “Flight of the Conchords,” a new series, makes its debut as part of HBO’s now Sopranos-less Sunday night lineup.
In the Beginning: Focusing on the Iraq War Enablers Published: July 27, 2007 No End in Sight