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News from Venice, Toronto, and New York

RaMell Ross’s Nickel Boys will open the NYFF, and TIFF and Venice Critics’ Week have unveiled lineups.

By David Hudson

Béla Tarr in Bristol and London

The UK premiere of the new restoration of Werckmeister Harmonies at Cinema Rediscovered 2024 launches a retrospective.

By David Hudson

Did You See This?

The ’70s, the ’90s, and Now

We’re looking back to films by Pakula and Oshima, and from the 1990s, by Claire Denis and Richard Shepard.

By David Hudson

Marguerite Duras at the ICA in London

Daniella Shreir, the translator of a collection of Duras’s writing on her films, has curated a comprehensive retrospective.

By David Hudson

July Books

Summer reading options range from fiction to philosophy, from the fog of war to finicky fame.

By David Hudson

Michael Mann Archives

With a deep dive under the hood of Ferrari, Mann aims to explain how he goes about making a movie.

By David Hudson

Corpses, Fools, and Monsters in LA and NYC

Caden Mark Gardner and Willow Catelyn Maclay’s new book assesses the history and future of transness in cinema.

By David Hudson

Did You See This?

Five Singular Filmmakers

We dive this week into the worlds of Jean Eustache, Walerian Borowczyk, John Ford, Kozaburo Yoshimura, and Chris Marker.

By David Hudson

Fascinating Shelley Duvall

With an inexplicable, irresistibly magnetic charm, she immediately drew our attention—and won our hearts.

By David Hudson

Locarno 2024 Lineup

Hong Sangsoo, Ramon and Silvan Zürcher, Wang Bing, Ben Rivers, and Pia Marais will premiere new work the International Competition.

By David Hudson

Trailer Premiere: Long Live Scala Cinema!

Metrograph’s series celebrates the legacy of one of the most notorious cinema clubs in London.

By David Hudson

Japan Cuts 2024

This year’s edition opens with jazz, features three revivals, and wraps with Godzilla.

By David Hudson

Revivals and Anniversaries

Both Columbia Pictures and Marcello Mastroianni turn 100 this year, and Locarno and Venice are set to celebrate.

By David Hudson

Mark Cousins Wins the Crystal Globe

The other big winner in Karlovy Vary is Lilja Ingolfsdottir, whose Loveable takes home five awards.

By David Hudson

Did You See This?

Why Is It Going That Way?

Pop Shakespeare, 100 years of Disney, and conversations with Isaac Julien and Steven Soderbergh are among this week’s highlights.

By David Hudson

100 Years of Parajanov

The Museum of the Moving Image celebrates the centenary with four features and a newly restored documentary.

By David Hudson

Spacek and Duvall in the 1970s

BAM will launch a nine-film series with the one film that stars both, Robert Altman’s 3 Women.

By David Hudson

Did You See This?

Misericordia, Music, and More

Alain Guiraudie and Angela Schanelec discuss their new films, Albert Serra opens an exhibition, and Paul Schrader gets ranked.

By David Hudson

Karlovy Vary 2024

This year’s edition offers discoveries, restored classics, and plenty of star power.

By David Hudson

Catherine Breillat’s Last Summer

A happily married lawyer strikes up an affair with her teenage stepson in Breillat’s first feature since Abuse of Weakness (2013).

By David Hudson

Tributes to Donald Sutherland

Costars and critics remember an outstanding actor who neither looked nor sounded like a movie star.

By David Hudson

Live Streaming Event: Ryuichi Sakamoto | Opus

Join us on Sunday, June 30, for the premiere; afterwards, Opus will stream exclusively on the Criterion Channel.

By David Hudson

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Underground on Top

We open with an Italian neorealist classic, steer through ’70s-era paranoia, and wrap with a blast of gnarly rock ’n’ roll.

By David Hudson

In the Orbit of Powell and Pressburger

All the Archers’ classics but also more than a few rarities will screen as part of MoMA’s comprehensive retrospective.

By David Hudson