Who Is the Real Malala Yousafzai?
October 06, 2015 3:43 PM

A new documentary fails to explain the brave, teenage Nobel prizewinner—or her pushy father.

Philippe Petit's Twin Towers Stunt Is Dramatic Gold
October 02, 2015

The Walk, for all its visual spectacle, leaves Joseph Gordon-Levitt no room to actually act.

Naomi Klein's Radical Guide to the Anthropocene
October 01, 2015

The author's new documentary, This Changes Everything, picks up where her book of the same name left off.

In Iran, Turning on a Camera Is An Act of Subversion
October 01, 2015

Iranian director Jafar Panahi was put under house arrest and banned from making movies. Now, he's back with "Taxi."

Laura Poitras Is Creating a Magnum for Digital Documentarians
September 30, 2015

Laura Poitras's new collaboration with First Look Media promises to be an innovation in documentary filmmaking.

Just What America Needs: A Movie That Celebrates Unpaid Work
September 25, 2015

"The Intern" isn't funny. It's an insult to every unemployed American.

Martin Amis: "It’s as if Mario Puzo’s prose is being rewritten by Nabokov"
September 17, 2015

The author talks about the novel, writing for the screen, and the new film adaptation of London Fields.

Wim Wenders: "I Never Learned Anything from the History of Cinema"
September 12, 2015

An interview with the German director.

How a Black Man From Missouri Transformed Himself Into the Indian Liberace
September 12, 2015

In a town where everyone reinvents themselves, Korla Pandit's transformation stands out.

Falling Asleep in the Afterlife
September 11, 2015

The bland comfort of mass-market Christianity.