This Forgotten Street Photographer Shot Some of Our Most Iconic Images
Garry Winogrand led a controversial life, but he left the world a trove of genius photographs.
'Go Down Death' Is a Frightening Mainline into the Subconscious
I sat down with director Aaron Schimberg to discuss his foreboding debut film.
Go See 'Macbeth' Tuesday Night
For the 11th feature in our screening series with Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation at Nitehawk Cinema, we present Orson Welles’s Macbeth, a Shakespeare adaptation made stronger by its limitations with B-movie sets and Welles’s trademark...
Go See 'The Night of the Hunter' on Tuesday
For the eighth feature in our screening series with Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation at Nitehawk Cinema, we present The Night of the Hunter, actor Charles Laughton's sole directorial effort.
Jim Jarmusch Taught Me to Not Give a Fuck
You know Jim Jarmusch as the fiercely independent director behind untouchable flicks like 'Down By Law.' But maybe you didn't know that he's a serious musician too? Lately, he’s been making heavy drone/folk workouts that will cast a foreboding vibe...
Jim Jarmusch Taught Me All About Sunglasses Etiquette
You probably know Jim Jarmusch as a fiercely independent director, one who's responsible for untouchable flicks like Down By Law, Coffee & Cigarettes, and Ghost Dog. But maybe you didn't know that he's a serious musician too.
Watch "The Police Tapes" and Lose All Nostalgia for NYC in the 70s
You have no idea just how nasty, brutish, and short life in the rotten apple was back in the day unless you’ve seen the groundbreaking cinema vérité documentary "The Police Tapes."
Blow the Brain with Below the Brian
What are you doing this weekend? Going to an over-the-top monster block party, soaking up rum through your conscience and feeding it codfish fritters and jerk chicken so it doesn’t throw up? Great. Why not watch a film about it, too?