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Dispatch from True/False—'The Illinois Parables'Subscriber Access Only
A set of eleven experimental parables illuminate a state's history and anxieties.
Meek's CutoffSubscriber Access Only
A dusty, slow, neorealistic take on fear, exhaustion, courage, and the pioneers.
Getting the (Romantic) Comedy RightSubscriber Access Only
We forget what comedies are actually about (spoiler alert: it's not humor).
One Fate For All MenSubscriber Access Only
Or not.
Curtains Up: It’s Our New Entertainment Newsletter!Subscriber Access Only
Introducing your new must-read cheat sheet.
Synecdoche, New YorkSubscriber Access Only
But He Was SilentSubscriber Access Only
Commentary on 'The Leftovers,' episode 3, in which the boats and the helicopter were just a lucky break.
Gone GirlSubscriber Access Only
Take a deep, deep, very deep breath.
Cultsploitation and True BelieversSubscriber Access Only
Being duped and blinded to the truth is no laughing matter. So why are we so obsessed with cults?
Dispatch from Sundance – ‘The Birth of a Nation’Subscriber Access Only
One of the Festival's most-anticipated films is Scripture-soaked and raises some unsettling questions.
The Sympathetic Doomsday Cult LeaderSubscriber Access Only
'Afflict the comfortable, and comfort the afflicted,' says indie director Joshua Overbay.
Evil Is a True ThingSubscriber Access Only
This year, the stories we told ourselves often explored the origins of evil, with surprising answers.
Why We're Hooked on Heaven and HellSubscriber Access Only
What pop culture's afterlife obsession tells us about ourselves.
Dispatch from Berlinale–'Midnight Special'Subscriber Access Only
The latest from Jeff Nichols that is something quite different beneath the scifi surface.
Terence Davies Talks About Making Movies That Speak the Truth Subscriber Access Only
An interview with the legendary British filmmaker, whose movies exude a deep sense of spiritual longing.
Taking Care of BusynessSubscriber Access Only
It's about much more than managing your Google calendar.
The DropSubscriber Access Only
Heaven and hell, redemption and damnation, all in the seedy Brooklyn bar underworld.
BirdmanSubscriber Access Only
A tale told by an idiot, signifying everything.
Finding DorySubscriber Access Only
Everyone's favorite forgetful fish is back - in a quietly subversive tale.
What Just Happened?Subscriber Access Only
‘Evangelical’ Isn’t Code for White and Republican
‘Evangelical’ Isn’t Code for White and Republican
The movement is richer and more diverse than media portrayals suggest.
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