Nolan Kelly is a critic, filmmaker, and creative writer based in New York.
Set in the literal shadow of Auschwitz, Jonathan Glazer’s new film suggests how history’s greatest crime will be recalled when its last survivors and witnesses have all passed on.
Hidden within the meme-cyclone portmanteau and our gendered expectations is one fabulous film and another – spoiler – that totally bombs.
While his latest debut at Cannes, Asteroid City, unspools a predictable plot with a familiar cast, the film’s stylistic precision is a reminder not to take a one-of-kind auteur for granted.
The New Museum’s largest-ever retrospective of a living artist follows Mutu’s turn from the material resonance of found-object collages to the easy symbolism of bronze sculpture.
As digital infinity rubs up against hardware limitations on New Year’s Eve, one party-goer asks: Is hyperpop amnesiac nostalgia, or consolation for the exhaustion of novelty-seeking?
Some movies are only worth seeing in theaters if you don’t have to buy a ticket. And no more outdoor screenings; they’ll ruin your life. In his quest for the picture-perfect viewing experience, Nolan ...
MEMORIA (2021) dir. Apichatpong Weerasethakul