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The Forum’s magazine and the new artistic director’s blog help make the Berlinale experience freely accessible from anywhere in the world.
By David Hudson
From the making of Chinatown, through fresh memoirs and ongoing biographies, here’s this month’s overview of new and noteworthy titles.
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Featured this week are a letter from Hollis Frampton, a new issue of photogénie, a talk with Charles Burnett, and more.
Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch now has a trailer; and Pedro Almodóvar and Dee Rees are lining up new projects.
How might four history-making Oscars impact movies from here on out?
The ragman’s son became one of Hollywood’s brightest stars, working most memorably with Wilder, Minnelli, and Kubrick.
Retrospectives of the German filmmaker’s work precede the release of I Was at Home, But . . . (2019)
This week, we’re looking back on the work of Antonioni, Fellini, Cassavetes, and Mrinal Sen. Plus: Oscar talk!
MoMA’s annual festival of nonfiction film and media is “eclectic by design.”
Nearly half of the awards presented over the weekend went to female filmmakers.
Young filmmakers from Asia have won over audiences and juries alike at this year’s festival.
This week: Scorsese’s actresses, Paul Schrader’s plans, Lynne Sachs on Godard, Ritwik Ghatak’s rising reputation, and Bong Joon-ho everywhere.
The abortion drama slated for the Berlinale’s competition is being met with strong reviews at Sundance.
Elisabeth Moss plays Shirley Jackson, but Decker’s fourth feature is anything but a conventional biopic.
The festival will premiere new work from Christian Petzold, Hong Sang-soo, Philippe Garrel, Sally Potter, Mohammad Rasoulof, and Tsai Ming-liang.
The unpredictable story of a family of petty criminals features Evan Rachel Wood, Gina Rodriguez, Richard Jenkins, and Debra Winger.
Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering’s On the Record and Kitty Green’s The Assistant explore the “ecosystems of power” that enable abusers.
This week we’re looking at new work from Víctor Erice, the varied oeuvre of Agnès Varda, the cinematic lighthouse, the making of Before Sunrise, and more.
The return of Miranda July, a first feature from Garrett Bradley, and a new doc from Kirsten Johnson are a few of this year’s most anticipated features.
The Mankiewicz brothers, Jonas Mekas, Werner Herzog, Sidney Lumet, and Ja’Tovia Gary all figure in this month’s roundup.
Traveling exhibitions, retrospectives, and rereleases mark the centenary throughout the U.S. and Europe.
Cocteau in the ’50s, Jane Fonda in the ’60s, and Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep in the ’70s feature in this week’s round.
The Austin film festival is set to launch new work by Spike Jonze, Amy Seimetz, RZA, Frank Oz, Judd Apatow, and Julia Reichert and Steve Bognar.
Cannes and Venice select jury presidents, and the Berlinale will present new work by Damien Chazelle, Athina Rachel Tsangari, and more.
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