The Criterion Collection
The writer and editor for Artforum, cofounder of October, and professor at NYU was ninety-six.
By David Hudson
Critics pick their favorite premieres of the season, and Toronto audiences vote up a surprise winner.
Did You See This?
Agnès Varda returns to Interview, David Lynch talks about his art, and more.
Michael Moore takes on Trump, Werner Herzog meets Gorbachev, and Astra Taylor asks a big question.
Viola Davis, Robert Redford, and Gael García Bernal star in a cluster of new heist movies.
Both Sunset and Our Time have their champions and detractors.
Hopes were high in Venice this year, and for the most part, they seem to have been fulfilled.
The star of over a hundred movies wielded his laid-back charisma to conquer the box office throughout the 1970s.
Hoberman on Romero, Anderson on Godard, Gallagher on Ford, filmmakers’ top fifties, and more.
New films by Jennifer Kent, Jacques Audiard, Paul Greengrass, and Pablo Trapero.
A series at Anthology Film Archives and an archived special feature make for fine companions.
Natalie Portman sings, Willem Dafoe paints, and Frederick Wiseman heads to Trump country.
Here’s how the competition is shaping up so far.
And a pillar of American film criticism falls.
There’s a wistful sense of what might have been running through this week’s round of five.
World premieres, the best of the fests, and half a dozen classics selected by guest director Jonathan Lethem.
A solid first round of reviews for the Venice opener—and for Ryan Gosling’s performance as Neil Armstrong.
Besides presenting selections from the world’s top festivals, London will also premiere the latest from Ben Wheatley.
Theater and movie audiences laughed at his one-liners throughout the 1960s and ’70s.
Film Studies for Free turns ten, BlacKkKlansman sparks debate—and more.
Remarkable as she was in over two dozen films, her first love was theater.
Festivals from New York to London, from Busan to San Sebastián, are finalizing their lineups.
A survey of some of the most notable titles to have appeared over the summer.
Also, a personal remembrance of cinematographer Masaki Tamura.
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