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This week offers a new magazine, conversations with Guy Maddin and the great women filmmakers of the 1970s, and a new restoration of a Hong Kong classic.
By David Hudson
Here’s an overview of what critics have been saying about this year’s winners of the Berlinale’s top awards.
Andreas Fontana’s Azor and Ramon and Silvan Zürcher’s The Girl and the Spider are competing in the Encounters program at the Berlinale.
Alexandre Koberidze’s What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? and Dénes Nagy’s Natural Light compete at the Berlinale.
Anyone looking to demonstrate the range of this year’s competition might set Hong Sangsoo’s Introduction next to Dominik Graf’s Fabian: Going to the Dogs.
Besides Abbas Kiarostami, Rebecca Hall, and Djibril Diop Mambéty, we’re also reading about TikTok and the greatest movie endings ever.
We’re losing Cinefex but gaining a newly robust Screen Slate. And the new Cineaste is out, along with this year’s Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair.
Here’s the latest on projects coming from Todd Haynes, Chloé Zhao, David Cronenberg, Yorgos Lanthimos, and Claire Denis.
This week’s round takes us from Italy in the 1950s and ’60s to America in the ’70s and Hong Kong in the ’90s.
We’re reading about Visconti, Fellini, Tom Stoppard, Eartha Kitt, and Anton Walbrook.
Reviews are strong for the biography of the unique theater and film director, comedian and actor.
This week we’re revisiting Tarkovsky, catching up with Shelley Duvall, and listening to Edgar Wright and Quentin Tarantino talk movies.
The virtual first half of this year’s festival will premiere new work from Céline Sciamma, Hong Sangsoo, Dominik Graf, and Ryusuke Hamaguchi.
Carrière was a humble and eager collaborator, working with Buñuel, Forman, Malle, Oshima, Schlöndorff, Wajda, and Godard.
Renowned for his work with Fellini, Visconti, and Bob Fosse, Rotunno was the first non-American to join the American Society of Cinematographers.
This year’s winners come from India, Corsica, Kosovo, Argentina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Thailand.
This week we’re reading Nick Pinkerton on Fassbinder’s problems with Chabrol and revisiting films by Marguerite Duras, Lizzie Borden, and Béla Tarr.
Here’s an overview of what critics have been saying about this year’s winners.
The lauded star of film, television, and theater was “determined to do all I could to alter the narrative about Black people.”
Critics and programmers introduce the thirty titles lined up for the Tiger and Big Screen competitions.
This week sees a new publication, a revived column, and countless hours of conversations about movies.
The 2021 edition is a nationwide celebration of fresh talent.
Locarno dedicates its retrospective to the filmmaker Andrew Sarris once called a “grossly unappreciated directorial talent.”
As awards season picks up its pace, we have news, too, from France and New York.
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