• On Photographing at Memorials

    Spencer Cohen thinks about the ramifications of photographing aesthetic memorials.

    Tourists taking pictures of themselves in Times Square, New York City.

    Traveling Beyond the Canon: Original Artistry in Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s Film Adaptation of Drive My Car

    Elissa Suh looks at how director Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s exercises his own creativity in his adaptation of Haruki Murakami's "Drive My Car."

    Feeling Spaces and Spatial Feelings: On The Ophelias’ Crocus

    Dan DiPiero ponders the origin and category of The Ophelias’ latest album "Crocus."

    “Not a Self-Portrait”: Lynne Sachs’ Film About a Father Who Unspools the Collateral Damage of a Problematic Father

    Harrison Blackman investigates what happens when Lynne Sachs loves a father who is hard to love in the recent documentary "Film About a Father Who."

    Between Wives: S.H.E and the Making of a Homosocial Myth

    Paris Shih charts his own path of self-discovery through the growth of the Taiwanese girl group S.H.E.

    What About Lila? English Grad School and Emotional Labor in Netflix’s The Chair

    Shannon Draucker explores the subtle but powerful portrayal of graduate student marginalization in Netflix's popular new series "The Chair."

    Miguel’s War and the Shattered Mirrors of Queer Redemption

    Paul Amar inspects Eliane Raheb’s cross-Mediterranean documentary film "Miguel’s War."

    Hanging on the Coronavirus Cliff: An Outlook on Moviegoing

    Gary D. Rhodes ruminates on the fate of in-person moviegoing.