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We wrap the week with melodrama and Odorama, a new magazine, and the summer of 1982.
By David Hudson
A quick briefing on the latest news from Venice, New York, Toronto, San Sebastián, and Philadelphia.
Film at Lincoln Center’s retrospective ranges from silent classics and intimate melodramas to sprawling westerns and historical epics.
The festival will launch the first complete retrospective, which will then travel to Paris.
The Austin Film Society presents films directed by Anna Karina, Juliet Berto, Jeanne Moreau, and Delphine Seyrig.
We head back to the 1940s in Los Angeles, the 1960s in New York and Paris, and to every summer you remember.
TIFF presents its Galas and Special Presentations, and New York is just getting started.
Directing the Monkees in Head and Jack Nicholson in Five Easy Pieces, Rafelson was a key figure of the New Hollywood.
The festival selects urgent documentaries, starry portraits, and family dramas.
TIFF 2022 lines up eight titles, including Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans.
Films by Jordon Peele, Ethan Hawke, and Lucile Hadžihalilović arrive along with a series tracing the path of the Method.
The festival will screen new restorations of films by Edward Yang, Jean Eustache, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Yasujiro Ozu.
Bristol’s showcase of restorations and rarities will head out across the UK and Ireland next month.
Our midsummer books roundup opens with one sharp critique and one celebration of American popular culture.
This week we head back to 1981 with Reverse Shot, to the 1970s with Straub-Huillet, and to the 1960s with Marco Bellocchio.
A quick overview of the latest news from Venice, Bologna, Marseille, and Sarajevo.
With a new book, an exhibition, and a film series, writer and curator Ekow Eshun celebrates Black speculative art and fiction.
Three Iranian filmmakers are arrested while another wins the top award in Karlovy Vary.
This week: Juliette Binoche’s work with Krzysztof Kieślowski and Claire Denis, post-Berlin School German cinema, and Tom Cruise’s “immaculate superstardom.”
The actor brought a wiry tension to his roles in The Godfather, Thief, and Misery.
The seventy-fifth edition will premiere new films by Helena Wittmann, Alexander Sokurov, and Nikolaus Geyrhalter.
A Reverse Shot roundtable and the new issue of Cinema Scope delve into Crimes of the Future.
Wim Wenders, Alice Diop, Pedro Almodóvar, and the Cinémathèque française feature in this week’s picks.
A fresh round on biographies and studies of filmmakers and actors as well as a few novel ideas and critical collections.
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