Stephanie Zacharek

 

Stephanie Zacharek was named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in criticism in 2015. Her work appears in other Voice Media Group publications.,

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  • Though Citizen Kane is generally cited as Orson Welles' greatest film, the man himself claimed the 1965 Chimes at Midnight was his favorite, and it may offer the most clues to his imposing soul. A bold and sensitive melding of text...

  • 2 years ago | Film Reviews

    Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin's sweet nectarine of a jazz standard "Easy Living" figures, in a glancing yet potent way, in Todd Haynes' Carol, adapted from Patricia Highsmith's 1952 novel The Price of Salt. Even though the lyrics speak of contentmen...

  • Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin's sweet nectarine of a jazz standard "Easy Living" figures, in a glancing yet potent way, in Todd Haynes's Carol, adapted from Patricia Highsmith's 1952 novel The Price of Salt. Even though the lyrics...

  • Cynthia Nixon is such a terrific actress that she can steady even the wobbliest material. In writer-director Josh Mond's modestly scaled family drama James White, she plays Gail, the mother of twentysomething underachiever James...

  • 2 years ago | Film Reviews

    Bees are such tiny, seemingly inconsequential creatures, yet milligram for milligram, they affect the landscape in profound ways. You could say the same about small, delicate movies like Italian filmmaker Alice Rohrwacher's 2014 Cannes Grand Prix ...

  • Bees are such tiny, seemingly inconsequential creatures, yet milligram for milligram they affect the landscape in profound ways. You could say the same about small, delicate movies like Italian filmmaker Alice Rohrwacher’s 2014 Cannes Grand...

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