All Published Work

NPR
For all my NPR work click here.
The Responsibilities of Being the Greatest Film of All Time (On Vertigo and Citizen Kane)
The Beginning of the End of Walter White (Breaking Bad preview)
Listen Up Philip Review
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints Review
Laurence Anyways Review
Viola Review
The Bling Ring Review

The Globe and Mail
Review of Into the Blizzard
Review of Beyond the Pale

The National Post
Life Beyond Memory (On two books about Alzheimer’s)

The Atlantic
On the 1960s, Inside Llewyn Davis, Not Fade Away, and Something in the Air

Los Angeles Review of Books
A Threat to Its Own Survival: China and the Party Look Forward (On Evan Osnos’s Age of Ambition)
The Two Faces of New Orleans: HBO’s Treme
Chasing Ghosts: On César Aira
Review of Before Midnight
Carousel Country: Of Power Wars And Populism In Argentina
The Godfathers of Narcoland (On Mexico, the drug wars, and legalization) 

Slate
Little Workers in Pretty Boxes (On Nikil Saval’s Cubed) 

The Guardian
After An Inconvenient Truth: The Evolution of the “Climate Change Film”

The Morning News
Pause, Panic, Gringo

Hazlitt
The Death/Not-Death of Cinema
On Cocksucker Blues

Guernica
Against Closure (On 12 Years a Slave)
Denis Côté’s Animal Instincts
Rose-Colored Doom (On Beasts of the Southern Wild)
The Red Ink (On A SeparationThis is Not a Film, and Circumstance)
At the End of the Arc (On Kelly Reichardt’s films)

Esquire
Top Ten Springsteen Covers

The Point Magazine
Review of Dana Goldstein’s The Teacher Wars

The Tyee
Interview with journalist Mark Bourrie
Interview with writer Dinaw Mengestu
Charles Bradley: Soul of America review
Vancouver Latin American Film Festival
Edward Burtynsky interview

Full Stop Magazine
The Long Game: On the Repression of Ai Weiwei and Jafar Panahi
Men of Myth: On Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan’s Basement Tapes

Fandor
Patrick Keiller: The View From the Train

Cinema Scope
Coverage of 2013 Toronto International Film Festival

New York Times “6th Floor Blog”
Ronald McDonald
Rousseau and Nature
Jonny Greenwood
A.O Scott on Dr. Seuss

The Millions
Living Together, Being Apart (Tony Judt and Alain de Botton review)

Slant Magazine
See my contributor page for links to all my reviews.

Augustine
Simon Killer
Blue Caprice
They’ll Come Back
Our Nixon
Southwest
Two Years at Sea

The L Magazine
Before the Revolution
Carcasses
The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best
American Animal
Kids of Today
Detachment
Thin Ice
Perfect Sense
Leap Year
Five Pilots with Big-Name Directors

Pop Matters Features
Bonnaroo 2011 feature: Part OnePart TwoPart ThreePart Four
100 Essential Directors (Bernardo Bertolucci and Wim Wenders entries)

Other
Movies in Search of an Author (New York Press)
Great Expectations (review of Up in the Air for Steel Bananas)

 

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