Introducing Sundays and Cybèle
Todd Haynes on Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
John Bailey on The Innocents’ Cinematography
A Tribute to Peter von Bagh
Did You See This?
• Naked Lunch and other adaptations of the unadaptable • David Bordwell on the great critics of yore • The Hitchcock-Nabokov collaboration that never was Read more »
• Weekend’s Andrew Haigh comes to HBO. • At the Oscars, more is less, says Mark Harris. • The Big Apple, Scorsese-style Read more »
• A Hoop Dreams oral history • Martin Scorsese and Wong Kar-wai—two legends chatting • Thelma Schoonmaker goes long. Read more »
• Reminiscing about Spalding Gray • The Little Tramp is turning 100. • For Dennis Cooper’s birthday, the beauty of Robert Bresson Read more »
• Being Judith Anderson • A directors’ roundtable with Steve McQueen, Spike Jonze, and others • Godard’s coming attractions Read more »
• Farran Smith Nehme on Joan Fontaine • David Thomson on Peter O’Toole • The Great Beauty deserves the award for best-dressed. Read more »
• Liv and Ingmar, together again on the big screen • The spooky luster of The Night of the Hunter • Charade turns fifty . . . Read more »
• The truly lost art of silent cinema • Pascal Dangin, Frances Ha’s secret weapon • Behind film’s ultimate preservation society Read more »
• Living Criterion covers • A lengthy detour with Edgar Ulmer • Re-creating Babette’s feast Read more »
• Catching up with Nashville’s Ronee Blakley • Visit Being John Malkovich’s 7 floor. • Agnès Varda selects. Read more »
• Adèle Exarchopoulos gets intimate on Charlie Rose. • Film Comment turns fifty! • Geoffrey O’Brien on Barbara Stanwyck Read more »
• Time out with Richard Linklater in a new video essay. • J. Hoberman on high art • Sketching Persona Read more »
• A trailer for The Great Beauty • The late Lou Reed’s new film • Why Halloween is the best movie holiday Read more »
• Stop, thief! • Dave Kehr goes to MoMA • Get to know your Tom Allen Read more »
We couldn’t resist sharing this Fandor interview with Pier Paolo Pasolini actor Ninetto Davoli. Read more »
• Wes takes Budapest. • Out of time with Chungking Express • Les placards du Godard Read more »
• Good-bye to the redoubtable Stanley Kauffmann • Remembering Kumar Pallana • Searching for Satyajit Ray in Kolkata Read more »
• Guillermo del Toro goes to Springfield and enters a Cabinet of Curiosities. • Call Lena Dunham—there’s a new girl in town. • The art of the vamp Read more »
• Baby making • Chronicle of an unsung documentarian • The Pope loves Fellini! Read more »
• J. Hoberman revisits Shock Corridor. • Watercoloring the movies • Donald Richie to be honored Read more »
• John Bailey on game-changing movie cameras • Venice love from Claire Denis, Abbas Kiarostami, and sixty-eight others • John Le Carré takes on the world. Read more »
• Praising the films of Howard Hawks and the folks who populate them • The gospel according to Alice Guy • Errol Flynn is back on the big screen. Read more »
• The great beauty of actor Toni Servillo • De Palma on De Palma • Support an LGBT film festival in Russia. Read more »
• Saying good-bye to Elmore Leonard, reverently and irreverently • Satyajit Ray, behind the scenes • Talking to Mr. Sunglasses himself, Wong Kar-wai Read more »
• Gorgeous title designs in motion • Multiple angles on Days of Heaven • Spotlighting Bruce Goldstein, retro movie maven Read more »
• An early Orson Welles film unearthed and being restored • Remembering the divine Karen Black in words and moving pictures • Yasujiro Ozu as you’ve never seen him Read more »
• Preparing Babette’s pièce de résistance • We’ll never get enough Eileen Brennan. • A Stark look at Donald Westlake Read more »
• On his birthday, a few of Staney Kubrick’s favorite things . . . • . . . plus one more • Bon voyage, Bernadette Lafont Read more »
• Rediscoveries at this year’s Il Cinema Ritrovato festival • Unburied treasures of cinema past • Our fans amaze us. Read more »
“Francesca Annis Nude!!!!!”
Denis F. Oliver on Three Reasons: Macbeth, about 3 hours ago.
“Along with The Haunting and Rosemary's Baby the top three triumvirate of intelligent fright films. But The Innocents is definitely at the top of the three.”
Ray Hewitt on Behind the Scenes of The Innocents, about 3 hours ago.
“I don't understand why are you releasing this DVD in digipak style...!!?? I hate that packaging it won't last long. You are releasing such rare great movies and using the cheapest packaging . . .”
Ross on Scenes from the Set of Eraserhead, about 4 hours ago.
“Though the print says Turkish, director Haynes says Moroccan. No harm done. Great piece and the film is magnificent.”
Michael Brakemeyer on Todd Haynes on Ali: Fear Eats the Soul, about 5 hours ago.
“I agree. Hitchcock's images are quite compelling enough as they are; that's what makes Hitchcock, Hitchcock. The jiggling, pulsating effect here produces a rather silly result. But perhaps the . . .”
Michael K. on Eyes of Hitchcock, about 6 hours ago.
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