Film

Car Story

Director Chris Paine talks about his new documentary Revenge of the Electric Car; the best websites for long-form journalism, and an iPhone app with beta on 17,000 climbing locales.

Burned

A new documentary explores the birth of the new eco-terrorist Earth Liberation Front — and its fiery downfall.

The Novelist

James Salter, author of Solo Faces, and Downhill Racer, on skiing, climbing, and making movies with Robert Redford

The Filmmaker

Interview with Werner Herzog, director of Cave of Forgotten Dreams

The Longest Yarn

A new film chronicles the classic story of a daring prison break from a Soviet gulag. We dispatched our crankiest critic to weigh in on the somewhat true story.

Moments of Truth

Documentaries to watch for at 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

Better Late Than...

Greg Stump discusses the debut of the long-awaited follow up to his 1988 film Blizzard of Ahhh's.

One-Armed Bandit

James Franco steals the show in 127 Hours. This is what he had to say about it.

Rough Cut

What's it like to watch a Hollywood director turn your life-threatening ordeal into entertainment?

It's Like Porn

Presenting the best of a new generation of action films, from mountain biking and snowboarding to skiing and climbing.

The Path of Most Resistance

SEBASTIAN JUNGER on covering war (without any prior experience), being selectively lazy (while never slowing down), and the rewards of following the rough road—whatever you choose to do.