Part two of an anti-cinema screed from 1943
An anti-cinema screed from 1943
A photojournalist looks behind Asmara's fading Art Deco façade.
Shotgun shells, used water bottles, and 670 miles of fencing provide the raw material for an American photographer and Mexican composer.
For Ben Lerner, poems are the perfect medium for failure. So how can they negotiate with the politics of real life?
Siri, Alexa, and now Viv all sound like women. That's a problem in real life.
The audacious comedy gets surreal about male insecurities—but they’re still the same old sensitive-bro problems.
The spoof reality show doesn't depict female empowerment, but a toxic office culture.
Beauty isn’t everything in Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest glossy feature. In fact, it’s hardly anything.
The craze for bullet journaling shows that sometimes pen and paper is best—as long as the results can be Instagrammed.
How factory revolts inspired a new form of the novel.
Martin Parr documents the Brexit threat to the British specialty food market.
Film reviews of "Jaws," "Rollerhall," and "The Drowning Pool"
If Barnes & Noble goes out of business, it’ll be a disaster for book lovers.
It’s been five years since the meltdown forced them to abandon their village. Now they’re going home. Can a town devastated by nuclear disaster be brought back to life?
A folklore expert tries to understand the people who ruin the internet.
The author of ‘I Know What you Did Last Summer’ defined teen terror for a generation.