• Hanging on the Coronavirus Cliff: An Outlook on Moviegoing

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

    The Triumphal Boomer Politics of Whit Stillman’s Barcelona (1994)

    Rob Madole dives into the retrograde politics of Whit Stillman’s lesser known film.

    Nostalgia and Delirium in “Qua Cơn Mê”

    Frances An analyzes two takes on the same song, “Qua Cơn Mê” (“After the Nighmare”), about the aftermath of the Vietnam War.

    Gilberto Perez and “The Imprint of Life” on the Cinema Screen

    Eric Gudas thinks back on the impacts of his film mentor, Gilberto Perez.

    Pearl Harbor in Film and Myth: 79 Years Later

    Spencer Cohen inspects the construction of the Pearl Harbor mythos in the American cultural imagination.