Richard Locke is professor of writing and director of nonfiction at the Columbia University School of the Arts. He is working on a book on the literary use of children from Dickens to the present.
The directors of movies Babel and Caché tell complex stories of families caught in ever-expanding worlds
by Richard Locke | Thursday, March 01, 2007
The Dardenne brothers bring an idiosyncratic sympathy to their portrayals of Belgian lowlifes
by Richard Locke | Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The best Westerns celebrate our history and criticize the ugly stereotypes of the genre