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You might think there's nothing more painful than a Q&A session where no one asks any questions. But especially in New York, and particularly in New York press conference situations, a deafening silence is preferable to occasions where audience members regrettably speak up. More»
David Fincher's "Facebook movie"The Social Network is as addictive and depressing as the site it profiles. Like Facebook, its initial thrill slowly wears off. Unlike Facebook, you still won't want to look away.
Unlike many famous relatives, the Brothers Affleck seem to get along famously. They've co-starred in three movies and avoided public acrimony. And both directed just released films--Ben's The Town and Casey's I'm Still Here. Now, in hopes of igniting a family feud, let's decide who comes out on top. More»
We recently charted the history of the post-glitz Bowery. This week at Film Forum you can check out Lionel Rogosin's On the Bowery and see the fabled, once dirty boulevard 50 years before its gentrification went into warp speed. The drunks on display here won't be staggering out of a party at the Varvatos store. More»
Producers of the upcoming Facebook movie, The Social Network, weren't sure whether or not to include a controversial scene of Justin Timberlake's character, Sean Parker, casually delivering a monologue while "a pair of teenage girls offer party-goers lines of cocaine from bared breasts." More»
Unless you haven't turned on a TV or walked by a billboard in the past three months, you know that Eat, Pray, Love comes out Friday. But despite the movie's ad blitz, blockbuster source material (Elizabeth Gilbert's Oprah-approved book) and megawatt star power (Julia Roberts), its success is not guaranteed. More»
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.