Seats may be empty, but performing arts organizations are figuring out innovative ways to attract audiences nonetheless.
Connecting with an idol summons the early ecstasy of falling in love with movies.
A new restoration of Erich von Stroheim’s Foolish Wives reveals the extravagance of his imagination.
Forthcoming adaptations of The Call of the Wild and Martin Eden promise to stay true to Jack London’s characters—and his life.
The peril—and promise—of too many movies, sports events, and television programs to watch.
The iconic film’s futuristic vision of life in 2019 is already in the past.
The Last Black Man in San Francisco wrests lyrical beauty from a tale of gentrification, economic inequality, and homesickness.
Philip Kaufman’s sci-fi masterpiece “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” celebrates pre-tech San Francisco’s soul.
Harold Lloyd creates a buoyant rural fantasyland; Charles Burnett reveals the Deep South in South L.A.
We’re sitting and bingeing on filmed entertainment for hours at a time. Does that mean the two-hour movie format is dead?