Shouldn't critics be asking "where the American Buñuel, Bergman, or Fellini is," says Walter Hill, whose career challenges cliched notions of the "action film"
Satyajit Ray, the Indian Chekhov, typically earned $3,300 for writing, producing, directing, and composing the score for one of his limpid, masterly feature films
Will The Wild Bunch ride again? The prospect of an JSC-17 rating has derailed a release of the director ‘s cut and may keep a new generation from experiencing its electrifying complexities
A new video of the famous 1957 film reveals the epic ambition, visual intelligence, and human depth of the director of Great Expectations, Lawrence of Arabia, and A Passage to India