Notorious avant-garde filmmaker and Dogme 95 member Harmony Korine’s Trash Humpers chronicles the antics of three fascinating and disturbing geriatric degenerates.
Paul Frank, Tim Biskup, and Ron English are among the 100 artists and designers who customized replicas of the Darth Vader helmet for The Vader Project, transforming the mask of the menacing villain into individual works of art.
Let’s face it: L.A. could use some magic, and not the bunnies-in-the-hat kind, either. With the city facing massive layoffs, mismanaged budgets and other assorted nightmares, we need more than parlor tricks.
No one can accuse Jesse Eisenberg of being typecast.
The celebrity face behind Robert Mondavi Wines, Queer Eye alum Ted Allen is the host of Uncorked: Wine Made Simple on PBS and Chopped and Food Detectives on the Food Network.
Most of us know Maria Callas as one of the 20th century’s most legendary opera singers, but the celebrated soprano was also an accomplished cook.
A documentary look at billionaire Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, Videocracy exposes a country’s de facto rule-by-television.
Based on a 2001 symposium at the Getty Research Institute, Harry Smith: The Avant-Garde in the American Vernacular surveys the artist’s influence on American film, music, and the visual arts.
From Frank Sinatra to Foo Fighters, Five Hundred 45s: A Graphic History of the Seven-Inch Record chronicles more than half a century of vinyl-single art, all reproduced at original size.
We tracked down Lily Cole and asked her about working with Terry Gilliam, losing Heath Ledger, and her everyday role as a Cambridge scholar.