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A fawning new Netflix documentary about the iconic astrologer shies away from the more problematic aspects of his success 

BY Julyssa Lopez | 04 AUG 20

In the director’s sweeping new Vietnam War film, it is never clear ‘who is the colonizer and who is the colonized’ 

BY Ian Bourland | 19 JUN 20

The AI host of Netflix’s latest reality dating show is the love child of Big Tech and Saint Augustine

BY Rosanna McLaughlin | 22 MAY 20

A new Netflix documentary and an online exhibition at Fierman Gallery, New York, celebrate the legacy of a shuttered gay bookstore, and the world disappearing along with it 

BY Evan Moffitt | 08 MAY 20

The controversial star of Netflix’s latest documentary is hard to watch – but harder to stop watching

BY Rosanna McLaughlin | 03 APR 20

Paywalls are going up everywhere, intellectual property is being jealously hoarded, and the long-predicted streaming wars are finally on

BY Tom Morton | 22 JAN 20

From parafactual entertainment to teen TV and the ‘flood’ of content

BY Timotheus Vermeulen | 10 DEC 19

The new film is neither as sombre and meditative as the work of contemporaries such as Robert Redford, nor as adaptive as the real-world activism of Jane Fonda

BY Ian Bourland | 07 NOV 19

Or, the links between Brexit and suspense television

BY Timotheus Vermeulen | 28 OCT 19

A timely documentary about the backslide into dictatorship reveals some uncomfortable home truths in the US

BY Jack McGrath | 15 JUL 19

The Hollywood Reporter’s Deputy Editorial Director explores art and the entertainment industry - and gives her Oscar predictions

07 FEB 19

Scheming dealers, demonic sculptures and filthy lucre: in Dan Gilroy’s Faustian tale, art takes murderous revenge

BY Ellen Mara De Wachter | 05 FEB 19
Fan Letter

A visual homage to the Netflix documentary

BY Donna Huddleston | 04 FEB 19

Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is full of other movies, yet it ignores the political and dialectical history of movies themselves

BY Masha Tupitsyn | 15 JAN 19

Narratively, the ‘choose your own adventure’ film is a dead-end, with repetition and wheel-spinning increasingly producing frustration

BY Vadim Rizov | 11 JAN 19

From Kader Attia's couscous sculptures and Isa Genzken's 'towers', to Rorschach tests and Tony Kushner's Angels in America

BY Lynne Tillman | 01 JUN 18

Jörg Heiser on memes, memory and Errol Morris's Wormwood

BY Jörg Heiser | 31 MAY 18

Netflix is actively and self-servingly restricting the platforms films can occupy, but it’s not the only one grumbling about Cannes’s fussy rules

BY Vadim Rizov | 08 MAY 18
News

In further news: art dealer and Warhol friend killed in Trump Tower fire; UK arts organizations’s gender pay gap revealed; Pussy Riot sell activist clothing

10 APR 18

This new docu-series on a cult established in Oregon in the 1980s is a timely exercise in tolerance and a fascinating insight into extremism

BY Ross Simonini | 04 APR 18