Twilight Hours: Shevaun Mizrahi on Her Elegiac Documentary, Distant Constellation

Images: Distant Constellation, courtesy of Grasshopper Film

With Shevaun Mizrahi’s documentary Distant Constellation opening at NYC’s Metrograph today from Grasshopper Film, we’re unlocking from our print issue this feature with the director. It’s not news that nonfiction editing can be an attenuated process. Still, with footage so…  Read more

By Nov 2, 2018

Into the Spotlight: Bradley Cooper on A Star is Born, Consulting with Terrence Malick and Shooting his First Feature in 42 Days

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in A Star is Born

Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut, A Star is Born, is the kind of movie that feels as though it contains decades’ worth of saved-up ideas and feelings, yet never strains under the weight of its ambition. It’s simultaneously sweeping in its…  Read more

By Sep 17, 2018

The Agony and the Ecstasy

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By Sep 17, 2018

Between Bodies

On May 2, 2018, legendary filmmaker Barbara Hammer was honored at Temple University in Philadelphia, where she was awarded its Department of Film and Media Arts Annual Tribute Award, selected by the film and media arts (FMA) faculty and presented…  Read more

By Sep 17, 2018

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