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• Talking to David Cronenberg, who has a new movie and book • An open letter about Ingmar Bergman’s The Magic Flute • David Lynch revisits the world of Eraserhead . . . Read more »
• Pasolini’s St. Paul: “A dream of a film” • Liv Ullmann on her new film—and Donald Trump • A. O. Scott searches for signs of adulthood. Read more »
• Talking to Scanners’ leading man • Celebrating fifty years of John Waters insanity • Willem Dafoe is Pasolini. Read more »
• Farewell to William Greaves, trailblazer • The reality of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s fictional world • Ritwik Ghatak’s collected writing on film, downloadable Read more »
• Orson Welles’s rediscovered early film • The New York Film Festival from the horse’s mouth • Trailblazing women of cinema Read more »
• On the indomitable Lauren Bacall • Whit Stillman goes to the small screen. • Digging Love Streams Read more »
• Martin Scorsese on behalf of film stock • Lily Tomlin remembers Robert Altman. • Steven Soderbergh goes small-screen. Read more »
• New Sight & Sound poll: the greatest documentaries of all time • Different versions of World War I on-screen • Martin Scorsese’s very early project Read more »
• Brazil and ninety-nine other science fiction greats • On the Waterfront’s youngest star looks back. • Ingmar Bergman in his own words Read more »
• When Gabriel García Márquez met Akira Kurosawa • The amazing career of Oscar Micheaux • Rainer Werner Fassbinder, footballer? Read more »
• Richard Linklater picks favorites, looks back at his own films, and gets a New Yorker profile. • Bud Cort reminisces about Harold and Maude. (And check out some behind-the-scenes photos.) • Look at all these dancing fools! Read more »
• The singular beauty of old movie theaters. . . • . . . And a rare peek inside a long-abandoned one • Barack and Michelle’s surprising first-date movie Read more »
• The enduring appeal of Charlie Chaplin • Ellen Burstyn, queen of Marvin Gardens • Growing up with Richard Linklater Read more »
• Coffee talk with David Lynch • The (Lego) Grand Budapest Hotel • That time Jean-Luc Godard, Wim Wenders, Jean-Pierre Gorin, and Alice Waters went to the beach Read more »
• Hilton Als takes a long last look at the legendary Ruby Dee. • Marco Bellocchio, back and vibrant as ever • Jerry Lewis has still got it. Read more »
• Sam Fuller, D-Day veteran • Happy birthday, Chantal Akerman • When John Cassavetes and friends drove Dick Cavett mad Read more »
• Traveling back to Slacker’s Austin • Robert De Niro opens up about his dad. • Actor-director matches made in heaven Read more »
• Richard Linklater and the Bernie situation • Celebrating lighting godfather Gordon Willis • Hitchcock/Truffaut: the movie Read more »
• Godzilla reigns once more. • High praise for Paul Robeson • Richard Brody ranks the nonfiction greats. Read more »
• Remembering Bob Hoskins • Joe Dante loves Riot in Cell Block 11. • Andy Warhol, digital artist Read more »
• The art of Shakespearean cinema • Steven Soderbergh gives Heaven’s Gate a trim. • Going west with Wim Wenders Read more »
• The best animated films of all time • Olivier Assayas, David Cronenberg, Mike Leigh, and others going to Cannes • Our Frances Ha essayist dances off with a Pulitzer! Read more »
• Olivia de Havilland on Mickey Rooney—one Hollywood legend remembers another. • Neal Gabler on a truly inspiring Hollywood honcho • A new retrospective expands the horizons of documentary. Read more »
• Harvey Milk commemorated • The great movie critic James Baldwin • Seriously beef up your Orson Welles memorabilia. Read more »
• German poster gorgeousness • Looking back at a classic Chris Marker book • Abel Ferrara solves the Pier Paolo Pasolini mystery? Read more »
• Serious laughs • A new videographic journal • A boundary-busting festival Read more »
• A Felliniesque life • A primer on African-American movie history • Errol Morris on the resuscitated A Brief History of Time Read more »
• Building Wes Anderson’s Hotel, and finding his Easter eggs • Awarding Chris Marker and Alain Resnais • Exploring early Fritz Lang films Read more »
• Billy Crystal remembers Sid Caesar. • Paolo Sorrentino talks Oscars and more. • Behind the scenes with Stanley Kubrick Read more »
“errata : The "no longer conflicted" Bergman speaks in 1996 in his Bergman - scripted PRIVATE CONFESSIONS directed by LIV ULLMAN ( In responding approx 2003 to a 'beliefs' question, he directs . . .”
Bob Driscoll in Lanark County on The Seventh Seal: There Go the Clowns, about 20 hours ago.
“Oh, Cronenberg! It's so funny that anyone bothers to take you seriously! ”
Greg D. on Did You See This?, 1 day ago.
“I absolutely second the nomination. I have been regularly searching for a good DVD copy of this film. Therehas never been one made with Englisg sub-tiles. And it's a big movie on the visual side . . .”
Ochs on Welcome to Criterion’s Online Cinematheque, 1 day ago.
“Along with "The Haunting of Hill House" great atmospheric horror flicks. Imagination over gore.”
Steve Clark Harvey on Behind the Scenes of The Innocents, 2 days ago.
“It is worth tracking down Bergman's books/autobiographies and a text of his predecessor radio play Carving on Wood where most of dialogue is between the valet & woodcutter. ( Characters . . .”
Bob Driscoll in Lanark County on The Seventh Seal: There Go the Clowns, 2 days ago.
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