Kael Links & Resources
Kael in wikipedia
Pauline Kael, Reviews A-Z (2,846
reviews in all)
the parcels of Pauline: Kael's library is a cinematic gold mine. By
Art and the Movies" (1969)
Kael: "Raising Kane"
Richard Corliss, That Wild
Old Woman (Time magazine).
How did America's leading film critic... come to be seen as a homophobe? (Excerpt
from Kael & Sontag, reprinted in Salon.)
Joy Press reviews
Kael & Sontag in the Village Voice.
Susan Sontag and Pauline Kael: A Curious
Combination. By David Thomson in the Atlantic.
Salon review of Francis Davis's Afterglow: A Last
Conversation With Pauline Kael. By Allen Barra.
Out of Focus: Pauline
Kael's Last Interview. (A review of Afterglow by Tim Grierson in
Fur flies over the Kael "kopy kats." 1997 article from the Boston
Phoenix about the Paulettes.
Thank You: Steven Rubio
bids farewell to Pauline Kael and Michael Rogin in Bad
Lights Go Down. By Michael Atkinson in the Village Voice.
Loss. By Joe Morgenstern in Opinion Journal.
Queen of brilliantly
marshalled argument. By Nigel Andrews in Financial Times.
Greil Marcus, Roger Ebert, Michael Sragow and Charles Taylor remember
Kael's caustic wit, sharp opinions and boundless enthusiasm for film and
writing. (Salon tribute)
Kael was hard as nails...funny as hell. By Stephanie Zacharek in
it at the movies:
As it happens, I did sit next to Pauline once in that dark. David Thomson,
The Best Lover a Movie Could
Have. By David Edelstein in Slate.
Critic Who Made You Fall in Love With Movies. From NPR. (Contains
influenced Hollywood and moviegoers for a generation. Penelope
Houston, the Guardian Unlimited.
Finding It at the
Movies, by Louis Menand: A review of For Keeps from The
New York Review of Books.
A Gift For
Effrontery: Pauline Kael in Salon's "Brilliant Careers."
the shadow of the screen: Pauline Kael picks five favourite novels that
have something to do with the movies.
Some select Pauline Kael books
Nights at the Movies.
Steady: Film Writings 1968-1969.
Kiss Bang Bang.
With Pauline Kael
& Kael: Opposites Attract Me. By Craig Seligman.