The master director (and former painter) blossomed when he gained access to color film.
40 years after his iconic 'Wizards,' its time to brush up on your Bakshi.
Honestly, without the right audio, Tyler Durden might as well be Kindergarten Cop.
A soaring video essay captures the Japanese animation legend's love of airplanes and gravity-defying sequences.
Stunning sequences of spotlights, neon, and lasers highlight creator Katsuhiro Ôtomo's brilliance.
'The Iron Giant,' 'Incredibles,' and 'Ratatouille' director explains why the medium is so misunderstood, and why it can be so powerful.
From Mei Kusakabe to Princess Mononoke, the ladies of Studio Ghibli rule.
'Sherlock' has cinematography so good, it has its own fan page.
This lightning-fast dance compilation will get you off the couch and onto the dance floor.
A loving tribute to the great actor looks back at one of his signature acting tools.
You'll be full of movie trivia after watching “Steven Spielberg: Setting the Table.”
A film essay delves into the philosophy that makes Pixar films so relatable every damn time.