Bridge of Spies
Bridge of Spies is a daring, studied and mannered true story that is at once remarkably genuine and deeply cinematic at the same time.
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Cinema unlocks man's coma; Psychology of Voldemort; Edward Zwick on "Pawn Sacrifice"; Dann Gire on "Sicario"; "Happy Birthday" copyright invalidated by judge.
A preview of the 33rd Reeling: Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival.
Tina Hassannia reports on three docs from TIFF about artists.
A look back at the Brian De Palma film "Dressed to Kill," celebrating its 35th anniversary with a new Criterion release.
An appreciation of Ingrid Bergman on her centenary, with interviews with Pia Lindstrom, Ingrid Rossellini and Isabella Rossellini.
An interview with the legendary Peter Bogdanovich.
"Vertigo" is an obvious inspiration for "Phoenix," but there are other films and books that the film brings to mind.
An interview with "Phoenix" star Nina Hoss and director Christian Petzold.
An interview with Patrick McGilligan on his books about Clint Eastwood, Orson Welles and more.
An in-depth look at the extraordinary film career of 100-year-old actor Norman Lloyd, currently starring in Judd Apatow's "Trainwreck."
An essay on "Rear Window" from the July 2015 edition of Bright Wall/Dark Room.
The movie questionnaire and 2015 reviews of RogerEbert.com editor Brian Tallerico.
Ben Kenigsberg looks at Kent Jones's documentary "Hitchcock/Truffaut," showing in Cannes Classics.
On the wealth of new books and materials about Orson Welles on his 100th birthday.
A piece on the wave of LGBT films at the Art of the Real at the Lincoln Film Center this April.
My mom and I both loved the Master of Suspense—in ways that seem different but were, ultimately, not unrelated in the least.
Festival correspondent and awards season expert Erik Childress picks his favorite review of Roger's.
The latest and greatest on Blu-ray and DVD including "Beyond the Lights," "The Hunger Games, Mockingjay, Part 1," and "R100".
An analysis of Lawrence Michael Levine's "Wild Canaries" and its ties to classic rom-com capers.
The November Bright Wall/Dark Room Excerpt on Alfred Hitchcock's "Shadow of a Doubt."
David Chase comments on Tony Soprano's fate; How writers find their voices; The 'Star Wars' Lucas wants to forget; 20 overlooked 60s thrillers; Hollywood's new hit factory.
Mike Cahill's "I Origins" is just the latest in a history of film's obsessed with the human eye.
Disney destroys "Into the Woods"; OK Go's "Writing on the Wall"; Film folklore in Iran; Video game by "Her" designer; Self-Styled Siren on "All That Heaven Allows."
Writer Dan Callahan responds to our Movie Love Questionnaire.