Edward Yang’s ability to present a complex and compassionate view of the world by way of a rich, meticulously crafted mastery of cinema has assured his position as one of the great filmmakers of the late 20th century—if only more people knew it.
Alexandr Sokurov’s hymn to The Silence.
Alexandr Sokurov takes us back to the future.
Without love we perish: Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s unflinching tragedy.
In Melbourne, John Clarke chews the fat on Flight of the Conchords, Billy T. James, Stephen Colbert, and Larry David.