The Blog Archive
April 2, 2008
Show-stoppers, Literally: Final NYUFF Launches Tonight
Co-director Killian on an evolving institution calling it quits after 15 years
April 1, 2008
There Are Eight Million Stories in the Naked City. Jules Dassin's Was One of Them.
The blacklist exile behind The Naked City, Night and the City, Rififi and other city-centric masterworks is dead at 96
March 30, 2008
Where's the Cream in New Directors' Crop?
Spotting the gems and disappointments to date in an unusually rough year
March 26, 2008
J. Hoberman: Critic. Filmmaker. Feminist?
Seduced and Abandoned: Tracing the issues through 30 years of legendary work
March 25, 2008
Song Sung Blue Hits Every Note
Award-winning doc screening tonight as part of IFC Center's Best of Slamdance series
March 24, 2008
Lower Your Voice: Nathan Lee Laid Off For "Economic Reasons"
By S.T. VanAirsdale Hardly 18 months after signing on as a full-time critic at...
March 19, 2008
Cinema Eye Honors Open Wide For NYC
Kohn, Gibney, Venditti among winners in inaugural doc awards at IFC Center
March 14, 2008
The News: All-Positive Friday!
Inside: Scott tees off in classic Funny Games review; finding the silver lining in losing out on Scarlett
Shelly's Killer Gets Earful at Sentencing
“I want you to suffer like she suffered,” Ostroy says in emotional statement
A Note From the Editor
Change is in the air, and personnel is in transit