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This week we celebrate Elaine May, Ulrike Ottinger, Liza Minnelli, and Madonna while paging through the new Senses of Cinema.
By David Hudson
Critics celebrate the new 4K restoration of The Story of a Three Day Pass (1968).
Many lucky enough to have worked with her remember the star who broke through in Moonstruck.
A German mother travels to Hong Kong in search of her son—and herself—in one of the highlights of this year’s New Directors/New Films.
The British New Wave, Eric Rohmer, and the late Monte Hellman figure among this week’s highlights. Also, it turns out there’s still a lot to say about Nomadland.
Seven features in this year’s New Directors/New Films lineup premiered in Rotterdam’s Tiger competition.
A black-and-white comedy about a mother-daughter team of grifters opens New Directors/New Films.
The winner of top awards at Visions du Réel now heads to New Directors/New Films, Hot Docs, True/False, and Rotterdam.
Capping a months-long journey, Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland wins three top awards.
This week we’re reading A. S. Hamrah on the contenders for this year’s Oscars and Ben Hecht on the state of Hollywood in 1938.
This year’s program will feature a George Stevens retrospective, a tribute to Romy Schneider, a Fritz Lang dossier, and more.
Starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard and featuring a soundtrack by Sparks, Annette will premiere in competition.
This week we’re checking in on the cinemas of Brazil and South Korea, reading about Terrence Malick, and listening in on Emma Thompson and Tony Kushner.
Catherine Breillat and Todd Field are getting back behind the camera, while Scorsese and Spielberg forge ahead with their latest projects.
This month’s round spans from the earliest days of cinema, through Hollywood’s golden age and Scorsese’s Raging Bull to Sharon Stone’s memoir.
Chloé Zhao widens her lead in the Oscar race.
A round on the origins of works by Isabel Sandoval, Sky Hopinka, Steve McQueen, Pasolini, and Rivette.
An eighty-year-old widow defies the engines of progress in Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese’s latest feature.
The four-part series forages for the roots of the ideology of white supremacy.
The new issue spotlights some of the most notable films from this year’s Berlinale—and more.
For the first time, all four individual film acting prizes have gone to people of color.
This week people are writing and talking about Eric Rohmer, Michael Mann, Adam Curtis, the new Jump Cut, and the king of the “geezer teasers.”
More mysteries from Rian Johnson plus notes on forthcoming films from Steven Spielberg, Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Alma Har’el, and more.
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