Articles by Anya Jaremko-Greenwold

“The Notebook” Is Coming To Netflix, and It’s Time for the Rachel McAdamsaissance

The movie is pretty dumb, but Rachel McAdams makes it kinda wonderful.

Best Supporting Inanimate Objects 2019

Our non-human Oscar picks might be more awards-worthy than the actors who drank, ate, and wore them.

“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” Is a Valentine’s Day Movie

Blessed are the forgetful, for they get the better even of their shitty holidays.

Gaby Dunn Is Here to Help Millennials with Money

The writer-comedian’s book, “Bad with Money: The Imperfect Art of Getting Your Financial Sh*t Together,” is out now.  

The New Emojis, Ranked

Ten new non-verbal ways to express yo’self.

In Nick Broomfield’s “Marianne & Leonard,” Cohen’s Muse Finally Gets Her Day in the Sun

The documentarian speaks about his deep-dive into the famous couple’s fraught romantic history.

Girls in Tight Dresses Who Drag With Mustaches Are Back: “The L Word” Reboot is Coming to Showtime

Here are our fan requests.

Speaking with Satanic Temple Co-Founder Lucien Greaves at Sundance Made Me Want to Join His Reasonable Religion

“Hail, Satan?” premiered at Sundance last weekend. But don’t worry—these guys don’t actually worship Satan.

Hey, New York Times: Leonard Cohen’s Lyrics Are as Good as Any Poetry

A “New York Times” poetry review said this guy’s words are no good. Here’s why that’s crazy.

Sarah Silverman’s “I Love You, America” Got Canceled and I Am Sad

The Hulu show was like a tender, sympathetic antidote to the fast fury of Fox News.

Our Picks for Oscar Host 2019

Eat your heart out, Academy.

Spirits, Dead Kids, and Things That Go Bump in Edward Gorey’s Night

On the artist’s elegant-goth style, his wide-ranging influence, and his non-existent love life.

Paul Dano and the Importance of Being Earnest

Our FLOOD 9 cover story on the offbeat (and oft-beat) actor and first-time director.

Soul Skaters: The Young Stars of “mid90s”

The five leads of Jonah Hill’s new film are, for the most part, skateboarders first and actors second. But being a skater doesn’t mean just one thing anymore.

Every Shark Movie Is a Good Movie

We fear sharks but love shark movies. So what are they really about?

The New Breed of Collaborative Filmmaking in “Madeline’s Madeline”

Filmmaker Josephine Decker and breakout star Helena Howard discuss instinct, improv, and the power dynamics of a director-actor bond. 

Cornelia Murr, “Lake Tear of the Clouds”

“Lake Tear of the Clouds” skims lazily over fields of grass, Murr’s voice aloft on the breeze.

Please Consider Megan Amram (For Something)

The Twitter maven, comedian, and writer for “The Good Place” has been awards-scheming with her webseries “An Emmy for Megan.”

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