We look at the year a man fell in love with a phone and a whole lot more.
Sometimes it's hard for Americans to believe, but there is, in fact, a whole world outside of the United States. No, I'm not just talking about Alaska and Hawaii. There are whole other countries out there and not just ones that are either a) our cute friends (England, Japan) or b) our bitter enemies ... More >>
There's no doubt that Spike Jonze is an enigma of a director and artist. He's worked in all types of mediums: he filmed bullriders at the Astrodome, changed the world of skateboard videography, and visually recreated the brilliance of Maurice Sendak's Where The Wild Things Are. Plus, he's made us al ... More >>
Photos by Marc BrubakerLast night, the line of people waiting to enter Warehouse Live for the Beirut show was an opening act of its own. Alongside Captain America, Waldo, Aladdin, and The Situation, we made our way into the suddenly festive confines of Warehouse Live to see Sante Fe, New Mexi ... More >>
David Fincher's Facebook creation tale The Social Network has been the No. 1 film in America the past two weekends, and no doubt it will continue that streak this weekend, barring an assault by Jackass 3-D which comes out today. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone is already hailing Network as a ... More >>
Fantasy is the best revenge
Wes Anderson brings his Wes Anderson-ness to animation — and it's a fantastic fit.
Photos by Craig Hlavaty While we go to festivals such as Fun Fun Fun Fest because we enjoy great music, we are also fans of the sorts of people who attend these events. We're people-watchers at heart, so we frequently engage in a bit of amateur sociological research in between sets. At South by ... More >>