On Bardo: The Dismembered God / El dios desmembrado
By Benjamin Labatut | November 08 2022
Essay by the Chilean writer Benjamin Labatut from the forthcoming Assouline book on Bardo
On Bardo: The In Between / La vida intermedia
By Juan Villoro | October 21 2022
An essay by Mexican journalist and novelist Juan Villoro from the new Assouline book on Bardo.
The Power of the Dunst
By Krista Smith | January 23 2022
Kirsten Dunst reflects on her career, as she gets a retrospective at the Paris.
Play it Again
By Marya E. Gates | January 18 2022
On the pleasures and rewards of rewatching movies.
Adam Mckay on Network
By Adam McKay | January 17 2022
Adam McKay on how our perception of the Sidney Lumet classic has changed with the times.
The French Connection
By Jason Bailey | December 01 2021
Film critic Jason Bailey examines one of the quintessential New York City films, focusing on its dynamic and thrilling use of real locations.
The Power of the Dog
By Chloe Lizotte | November 10 2021
Chloe Lizotte looks beneath the surfaces of Jane Campion's new film.
Finding Myself in Nella Larsen
By Rebecca Hall | October 28 2021
Rebecca Hall explores the inspiration behind her remarkable directorial and screenwriting debut.
Melissa McCarthy
By Lisa Rosman | September 15 2021
An appreciation of the actress and her "extraordinary takes on the ordinary," as her new movie, The Starling, opens at the Paris.
My Many Adventures at the Paris Theater
By Ira Deutchman | July 28 2021
Indie distributor Ira Deutchman, director of Searching for Mr. Rugoff, shares his memories of the Paris, as a moviegoer and industry insider.
The Disciple
By Farihah Zaman | June 08 2021
An appreciation of Chaitanya Tamhane's acclaimed new film by filmmaker, critic, and curator Farihah Zaman.
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story
By Gene Seymour | June 01 2021
Critic Gene Seymour looks beneath the trickery of Dylan and Scorsese on display in the mischievous and mesmerizing Rolling Thunder Revue.
Michael Koresky's Films of Endearment
By David Schwartz | May 28 2021
Michael Koresky's Films of Endearment, one of the most celebrated film books of the year, is a deeply personal memoir that shows how works of popular culture can affect us profoundly.