One of the great delights of watching a David Lynch movie comes from the thrill of exploring the film's mysterious depths. Here, in an online-exclusive excerpt from a new interview with actor Justin Theroux, conducted for Criterion's release of Lynch’s heartbreaking Hollywood love story Mulholland Dr., the film's costar discusses the confounding nature of Lynch's work and the importance of creating your own interpretation of its meaning.
Is Fassbinder’s Working-Class TV Drama Effective as Political Art?
A public-television commission intended to raise class consciousness, Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day inspired heated debates about its political orientation.
In the Words of Tarkovsky
In this contemplative moment from a documentary about Andrei Tarkovsky, the elusive master explains how he tried to conjure an immersive vision of painter Andrei Rublev’s world.