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Quentin Tarantino’s L.A. films capture the appeal of the city’s uncanny aesthetic.
We examine Anthony Bourdain’s artistic sensibility through an episode of ‘Parts Unknown.’
In a 1978 production of ‘Macbeth,’ the craft of acting is the conduit for the depths of Shakespeare.
25 years ago, Nas crafted one of hip hop’s greatest albums, ‘Illmatic.’
Through his dedication to the process, Stanley Kubrick fully realized his creative vision for the 1975 film ‘Barry Lyndon.’
In the 1960s, five films from Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni find characters dealing with the societal effects of postwar modernity.
Martin Scorsese’s film documents the cultural and musical legacy of George Harrison.
In our first podcast with Zero Point Fiction, we reflect on the legacy of James Gandolfini and ‘The Sopranos’ twenty years after the show’s premiere.
‘First Man’ observes Neil Armstrong up close to humanize an astronomical achievement.
The story of Ang Lee’s early career is a lesson on the importance of support and protecting your dream.
The collaborative relationship of director Ryan Coogler and cinematographer Rachel Morrison illustrates the fruitfulness of lasting creative partnerships.
Barry Jenkins’s film ‘Moonlight’ is a profound artistic achievement.
With “My Heart Knows,” musician Mark U articulates his quest for balance.
James Gandolfini passed away five years ago this month. He was a brilliant actor.
Lisa Joy’s journey into film and writing shows the importance of courage.
In ‘A Quiet Place’, cinematographer Charlotte Bruus Christensen employs film stock and warm colors to bring the dystopian upstate New York setting to life.
Jeffrey Wright discusses the ubiquity of technology in a new interview
A documentary for VICE Sports details one athlete's remarkable journey.
Visuals have told the story and helped cement the important legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
In a recent interview with the Village Voice, Al Pacino meditates on his method approach to acting, highlighting the depth of his commitment to his own artistic expression.
Director Michael Mann turns 75 this month. His unique filmography has established Mann as an expressionistic auteur.
Through ceramics, artist David Siever shows the "forgotten protagonists" of history.
A few years after its release, Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Inherent Vice' has a lingering resonance.
With 'Dunkirk', Christopher Nolan embraces his Stanley Kubrick influence to tell a human story.
On his latest album, Jay-Z finds personal growth through introspection.
In an essay for the New York Review of Books, novelist Zadie Smith reflects on New York City.
Rod Serling's introduction to his 1957 book 'Patterns' is a must-read for screenwriters, and a good read for anyone with creative pursuits.
Earlier this, year Edie Falco sat down for a fascinating conversation on her career.
Artists take time to develop. With Beyonce, we have been lucky to witness that development first hand.
With the release of a new 'Blade Runner' short film, we explore the appeal of the 1982 original.
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