Tag: Francis Reynolds rec room
Tsai Ming-Liang uses the isolation of the cinema experience to beautiful and unsettling ends.
How Gabriel García Márquez discovered the ways in which “the novel and journalism are children of the same mother.”
Gender imbalances in publications and prize lists make it no easier for female authors to be recognized for their work and to make a living as writers.
These recordings of Haiti are more than just music—they are documents from a long-gone era.
Arundhati Roy asks us to rethink the goals of occupation, the rule of the markets, where we get our news, and, perhaps most originally, innocence.
In the winter of 1974, Werner Herzog learned that his good friend had fallen ill in Paris, so he grabbed a jacket, compass, and duffel bag and began walking the 500 miles from Munich to Paris…
Pancake’s measured language evokes so many emotions with so few words.
Pop becomes history becomes pop.