The Criterion Collection
After opening TIFF, this dynamic yet unobtrusive documentation of the hit Broadway show now heads to the NYFF.
By David Hudson
Did You See This?
The late scholar Robert Bird’s final essay on Tarkovsky and fresh writing on Béla Tarr, Eric Rohmer, and more are among this week’s highlights.
Antonio Campos’s The Devil All the Time and Sean Durkin’s The Nest have A.V. Club writers revisiting the films they’ve made with Josh Mond.
Glenn Kenny’s new book on Scorsese’s Goodfellas scores raves and Coppola has been tinkering with The Godfather again.
For some, this nineteenth-century love story “never catches fire,” but for others, it’s “one of the finest films of the year.”
Golden Lion for Chloé Zhao! Plus a look at what the critics have to say about all the award winners.
On our minds this week: New Taiwan Cinema of the 1980s, Black cinema’s “paradoxical role in American cultural history,” the new Brooklyn Rail, and more.
As Toronto opens, here’s an overview of early critical response to some of the festival’s titles arriving directly from their premieres in Venice.
The in-demand performer stars in two films in competition, Kornél Mundruczó’s Pieces of a Woman and Mona Fastvold’s The World to Come.
Always a lively presence on-screen, Menzel also directed Closely Watched Trains and I Served the King of England.
Black directors recommend films that have had an impact on their work. Also this week: Chris Hegedus and D. A. Pennebaker, Yasuzo Masumura, Takashi Miike, and Alan Clarke.
Tilda Swinton stars in a free adaptation of Jean Cocteau’s 1930 play.
The festival opens with a winning oddity from Greece and an Italian time-hopping family drama.
Festival directors join Venice head Alberto Barbera, who encourages the industry to get back up and running again.
Fans around the world remember an accomplished actor, a genuine movie star, and a generous role model.
This week’s highlights feature paintings brought to life, pioneering citizen journalists, early “race films,” and the first Japanese wave.
One severe pan, a good handful of raves, and a set of fence-straddling reviews recommending that viewers go ahead and proceed—but with caution.
Writer, director, editor, and coproducer Sandoval stars as an undocumented Filipina drawn into a relationship with an unstable man.
The NYFF presents its inaugural Currents lineup, and the Berlinale’s acting awards are going gender-neutral.
“Temporal pincers” aside, this two-and-a-half-hour puzzler may be easier to follow than you might expect.
A free film school in a French banlieue, a nineteenth-century inventor, and a lesbian classic are among this week’s highlights.
The one-of-a-kind actress gave us unforgettable performances in Days of Heaven and Out of the Blue.
The NYFF presents its Revivals program and Martin Scorsese sends a message of encouragement and appreciation to Il Cinema Ritrovato.
Louise Brooks, Oliver Stone, James Stewart, Andy Warhol, and more are here to help relieve this year’s summer doldrums.
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