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The medium is the movie

In new films, truth is fluid — and controlled by the click of a button
In almost every movie you go to these days you’ll see another screen — a television, a computer, even another movie screen — within the screen you’re watching.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  March 05, 2008


Pass the subversion

Jorge Furtado at the HFA
Brazilian filmmaker Jorge Furtado has pursued the same preoccupations through his entire 25-year career, beginning with his arch, masterfully constructed and jolting shorts.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  March 05, 2008


The play’s the thing

 Interview: Michael Haneke on the rules of his Games
A couple of weeks ago at the Oscars, the first Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film to go to an Austrian went to the wrong filmmaker.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  March 04, 2008


Courting dissent

Interview: Brett Morgen defends his Chicago 10
One of the great principles of American jurisprudence, though not necessarily of film criticism, is a defendant’s right to confront his accuser in a court of law.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  February 27, 2008


Shaggy frog

Interview: Michel Gondry goes lo-fi
Michel Gondry is not a household name.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  February 20, 2008


Separate ways

Ritwik Ghatak at the Harvard Film Archive
Separation is the myth and the reality of Ritwik Ghatak’s cinema.
By: CHRIS FUJIWARA  |  February 20, 2008


Country for gold men

And Blood will out at the Oscars  
All kinds of voting has been taking place lately — for presidential candidates, for union contracts, for Oscar nominees.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  February 22, 2008


Science and fiction

Hollywood teleports to MIT
It wasn’t all hyperventilation.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  February 15, 2008


The Boston Phoenix–Alumni Film Critics’ Poll

Our first-ever round-up of the past year’s best movies, with a little help from our friends
It’s true, the Boston Phoenix has never won an Oscar.
By: PHOENIX STAFF  |  February 13, 2008


Who I am

Paris speaks
She answers my questions in a Valley Girl vixen voice, with a languid aplomb that characterizes the way she approaches life.
By: SHARON STEEL  |  February 13, 2008


Dead reckoning

George Romero’s exquisite corpses
Fo r years it looked as if George Romero had hit a dead end.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  February 13, 2008


Redstone’s red-carpet revelry

Comm Ave Walk of Fame
Boston University is rolling out the red carpet again . . . literally.
By: NEELY STEINBERG  |  February 06, 2008


Before and after images

José Luis Guerín at the HFA
With José Luis Guerín, the cinema returns to its origin in photography.
By: CHRIS FUJIWARA  |  February 06, 2008


Right to choose

Interview: Cristian Mungiu takes his time with 4 Months
“For all of us to have our own opinion, this is what I want. It’s not like telling people what to do.”
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  January 30, 2008


American original

Arthur Penn at the Harvard Film Archive
During the great American renaissance period in movies, Hollywood was in the hands of the counterculture.
By: STEVE VINEBERG  |  January 29, 2008


Are we grading on a curve?

Peter Keough’s Oscar Scorecard
It’s a solid B, which isn’t bad considering the vagaries of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences.
By: PHOENIX STAFF  |  January 23, 2008


Let me see your grill

The origins of the vagina dentata
If there’s one thing the new horror flick Teeth teaches us, it’s that nothing sours a romantic soirée like a vagina dentata.
By: GREG COOK  |  January 25, 2008


The Oscars go to Hell

The Devil knows what the nominations will be for this year’s Oscars
Maybe it’s just as well if the writers’ strike forces a cancellation of the Oscars show.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  January 18, 2008


Wild boys and girls

‘Vice vs. Virtue’ at Harvard
The series includes some of the liveliest and most adult entertainment in the history of the movie industry.
By: STEVE VINEBERG  |  January 15, 2008


Casting ballots

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival on the campaign trail
Some believe democracy can save the world. Others wonder whether it can even work in America.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  January 08, 2008


Iranian chick

An interview with Persepolis creator Marjane Satrapi
At 38, Marjane Satrapi still resembles the kid in Persepolis , her autobiographical graphic-novel-turned-animated-film of growing up in Iran during the Islamic Revolution.
By: ROB NELSON  |  January 10, 2008

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