Jameela Jamil Doesn’t Have Munchausen, Says James Blake
The singer passionately defended his girlfriend via Twitter.
In Conversation: Noémie Merlant Captures the Gaze of a Painter in Love for “Portrait of a Lady on Fire”
The star of Céline Sciamma’s smoldering queer romance details her experience on set.
Floria Sigismondi, Goddess of Grotesquery
The Canadian-Italian music video director on her career and second feature film, “The Turning.”
The Scariest Thing About “Jojo Rabbit” Isn’t the Nazis—It’s the Normalization
Nominated for six Academy Awards, Taiki Waititi’s anti-hate satire is also a grimly familiar look at indoctrination.
Rearview Mirror: “The Color of Friendship”
Guess who’s coming to the foreign exchange program? A DCOM, 20 years later.
Baseball Meets Rock Doc Reveals Trailer feat. Faith No More, Steve Albini, and More
Belly, The Hold Steady, and The Melvins also talk sports with an attitude for “Baseball Furies.”
Rearview Mirror: “Phantom of the Opera”
Fifteen years later, “Phantom” joins the tradition of bad movies that feel good to hate.
Tom Scharpling Is Reading His Unofficial “Grown Ups 3” Script at The Bootleg
Nick Thorburn, Lance Bangs, Allison Crutchfield, Mike Krol, and more will help the writer bring his script to life.
Larry David’s Most Memorable “Curb Your Enthusiasm” Fits
Normcore never goes out of style.
The Concept Art for “Avatar 2” Has Arrived
And it ain’t cute. Who asked for this?
Martin Scorsese Impressively Doubles Down on Superhero Disdain
The filmmaker said he doesn’t need to actually watch “Joker”; he “gets it.”
The Year in FLOOD: 25 Interviews that Defined 2019
The best chats we had this year with our favorite artists spanning music, film, TV, and more.
Brittany Murphy Still Deserves Your Attention
On the tenth anniversary of the actress’ untimely death, her legacy lives on—though not as potently as it should.
The Best TV of 2019
There’s a lotta TV out there. But this is the cream of the crop.
The Best Films of 2019
There’s really no telling what you’re getting into when you purchase a movie ticket anymore.
Rearview Mirror: “The Talented Mr. Ripley”
Twenty years later, we reconsider the deceit, intrigue, and blame at the center of Anthony Minghella’s film.
In Conversation: Fatima Al Qadiri on Her Haunted Digital Score for Mati Diop’s “Atlantics”
On her first soundtracking experience, decolonizing art, and why an electronic film score is so unique.
St. Vincent Movie “The Nowhere Inn” with Carrie Brownstein to Debut at Sundance 2020
It’s a film wherein “notions of reality, identity, and authenticity grow increasingly distorted and bizarre.”