Attempting to appeal to a tourist’s ideas of local culture is inevitably a losing proposition. The traveler’s very presence, after all, is already a mark against a place.
Talking with a longtime member of the online furry community FurAffinity about the site’s sale, how furries are treated in 2015, and the evolution of highly specific Internet environments.
How the classic ballet has changed—and been changed by—the history of Russia.
On the visual language of American Sniper, ‘71, The Hurt Locker, and Saving Private Ryan.
A weeklong trip filled with deep-fried shore meals does funny things to a man’s insides. When you have to clean up the grisly aftermath, all you can do is laugh.
The director and star of Jauja on their strange and dreamlike new film, the importance of props, and the happy accidents of filmmaking.
In the notoriously sexist and gossipy restaurant industry, “bosses” become “bitches” far too easily.
On Dennis Hopper’s disavowed art-crime failure Backtrack, a film combining the work of Jenny Holzer, Jodie Foster as a glam-rock Patty Hearst, and Bob Dylan in a hardhat.
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