The cold, hard truth about the ice bucket challenge
I look at the camera, hold a bucket of ice water over my head, tip it upside down, post the video on social media and then nominate two othe
Filmmaker Joe Swanberg on what's next after 'Drinking Buddies'
Last winter I emailed Chicago filmmaker Joe Swanberg and said I would like to write a profile of him. The reason was obvious: Unusual as it
‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby’ Review: Ned Benson’s Recut, Mostly ...
Ned Benson’s two-volume, three-hour-plus marital drama has shed its bifurcated structure and some 70 minutes from its running time, but what
The first world war in German art: Otto Dix's first-hand visions of horror
In 1914 Otto Dix joined the German army as a fierce patriot; two years later he was mowing down British soldiers at the Somme. Yet few artis
Lyons on Mad Men: Ginsberg Was Always Struggling — He’s a Martian, After...
Ginsberg reached a crisis moment last night.
Gender Swap uses Oculus Rift to put you in another body (Wired UK)
BeAnother Lab is taking advantage of the first-person perspective of Oculus Rift to explore ideas of gender, intimacy, mutual respect and mo
Remembering Writer Doris Lessing: “Whatever You're Meant to Do, Do it No...
Lessing, who died this week, was a steadfast opponent of apartheid and lifelong champion of literacy