‘The Forty-Year-Old Version’ Is Fast, Funny, Multi-Faceted And No Small Feat

by Justin Chang While the American film industry still has a long way to go in nurturing movies made by women and people of color, the Sundance Film Festival has long provided an important platform for marginalized voices. This is the festival that recently introduced us to pictures like The Farewell, from Lulu Wang, and Clemency, from Chinonye

In ‘I’m Thinking Of Ending Things,’ A Couple Gets Stuck In A Dreamlike Limbo

by Glen Weldon After finishing writer/director Charlie Kaufman’s latest film, which hurls so many things at you as

‘Mulan’: A Beloved Disney Classic Reimagined As Martial Arts Epic

by Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, Mallory Yu, and Kathy Tu The biggest movie so far to be bumped

‘Boys State’ Helps Teens Learn How Politics Work — Perhaps A Little Too Well

by Justin Chang Since they were founded in the 1930s by the American Legion, the Boys State and

Like Her ‘Radioactive’ Elements, Marie Curie Didn’t ‘Behave’ As Expected

by Leila Fedel Like the elements that she discovered — polonium and radium — Marie Curie was “unruly,”

Delroy Lindo: I Think Of ‘Da 5 Bloods’ As ‘A Love Story’

by Scott Simon Da 5 Bloods, Spike Lee’s new film, follows five friends who shed blood, sweat, and

Elisabeth Moss Shines As Writer Shirley Jackson In This Smart, Surprising Film

By Justin Chang I first saw Shirley months ago, back in January. It’s strange to be revisiting it now. Like

It’s Not Just A Phase: ‘How To Build A Girl’ Is About A Teen Still Figuring It Out

By Ailsa Chang Beanie Feldstein does not like the way teenage experimentation and growth gets dismissed as just a phase. “There

What Alice Wu Wants To Say In ‘The Half Of It’

By Natalie Escobar When director Alice Wu’s Saving Face premiered in 2004, it stood out from the vast majority of