Jarmusch’s moments embody his uniquely non-narrative spirit that persists still within a more traditional framework. The Jarmuschian dance becomes the urge to stay put and hang out against all odds, as Jarmusch, more than any other American director, continues to walk the line between European art-house and Hollywood cinema.
This week on Will’s WBAR show Insufficiently Dialectical, we gushed about an iconic shot from Psycho (see below). As a follow-up, Joseph Pomp presents this taxidermy photo-essay.
In honor of Casablanca's 70th anniversary, Theo Zenou reflects on a few of the beloved film's seemingly incidental faces.
Max Nelson endures Christian Marclay’s 24-hour opus The Clock and lives to tell the tale.