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  • On Sunday: T.C. Boyle's basement, David Treuer and more

     
    A look at T.C. Boyle's papers that were in his basement but worth big money to the Ransom Center at the University of Texas....
  • Cannes 2012: Watch trailers of six films playing the festival

     
    Among the films in the lineup of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival are "On the Road," "Moonrise Kingdom," "Cosmopolis" and "7 Days in Havana."...
  • Cannes 2012: Cronenberg, Daniels give lineup a North American spin

     
    The Cannes Film Festival's lineup was announced in Paris, with Kristen Stewart's "On the Road," Robert Pattinson's and David Cronenberg's "Cosmopolis" and Brad Pitt's "Killing Me Softly" in the lineup....
  • Cannes 2012: Festival turns 65 with a lineup heavy on U.S. titles

     
    Opening Wednesday night with Wes Anderson's oddly endearing “Moonrise Kingdom,” the Cannes Film Festival is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year and marking that milestone by embracing all kinds of opposites: old and young, dramatic...
  • Cannes 2012: Brandon Cronenberg takes a (sort of) familiar path

     
    David and Brandon Cronenberg are the first father-and-son tandem to premiere movies in Cannes in the same year. The 32-year-old Brandon's first feature, a horror-movie-cum-social-critique called “Antiviral,” had its premiere in the Un...
  • Cannes 2012: With 'Cosmopolis,' Rob Pattinson seeks acting cred

     
    Rob Pattinson stars in "Cosmopolis," a David Cronenberg movie that premiered at Cannes and represents a departure for the Twilight star....
  • Tuning back in to 'White Noise'

    Tuning back in to 'White Noise'
    Don DeLillo's "White Noise" (Penguin: 336 pp., $16 paper), newly reissued in a 25th anniversary edition with superb jacket art by Michael Cho, is many different types of novel: a campus novel; the soap opera of a hilariously dysfunctional family; a...
  • Don DeLillo's 'Point Omega' is an Iraq war tale stressing insight over action

    Don DeLillo's 'Point Omega' is an Iraq war tale stressing insight over action
    The reviews of Don DeLillo's last few novels put me in mind of the sports journalist who, after a certain Yankee game, wrote, " Babe Ruth was not able to make any home runs." Critics of "The Body Artist," "Cosmopolis" and especially "Falling Man" seem...
  • Salinger, Pynchon & Co.: When writers are recluses

    They wait like pilgrims, queuing silently, bearing volumes for inscription and awaiting a chance to touch the hem of his garment. They're not Franciscans approaching Assisi but earnest readers rushing bookstores and cultural temples for word -- wisdom,...
  • Nick Digilio

    Nick Digilio
    Nick Digilio began reviewing movies on The Roy Leonard Show in 1985. He started as "the guy who likes bad movies" (reviewing Critters, Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, and the like). He studied at Columbia College and Roy saw him at a few screenings,...
  • 'Juliet, Naked' by Nick Hornby

    'Juliet, Naked' by Nick Hornby
    Juliet, Naked A Novel Nick Hornby Riverhead: 406 pp., $25.95 Tucker Crowe, the reclusive singer-songwriter of "Juliet, Naked," inspires a cadre of obsessive fans who parse his every lyric and musical move. He's like Bob Dylan, but not as genius, nor...