The Criterion Collection
Twenty-one festivals from around the world contribute to the eclectic lineup of the free We Are One: A Global Film Festival.
By David Hudson
Karina Longworth’s podcast You Must Remember This returns with a season devoted to the unjustly unheralded producer, production designer, and writer.
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This week’s round features the story behind John Cassavetes’s debut feature and conversations with Dan Sallitt and Jonathan Rosenbaum.
The range was remarkable, but the projects Piccoli selected and the directors he chose to work with are what make his body of work essential.
The beloved stalwart of the Seattle filmmaking community and accomplished director of high-profile television series was only fifty-four.
Directors, actors, and critics look back on their most memorable moments in movie theaters, and the BFI spotlights the best of Japanese cinema.
Sorely missing the festival this year, filmmakers and critics swap memories and reflections.
Olivier Assayas, Sofia Coppola, and Paul Verhoeven have long-form serial narratives in the works.
This week’s round comes loaded with lists: 100 novels about cinema, fifty novelizations, and dozens of Sheila O’Malley’s favorite biographies.
More highlights include a dossier on Hong Sang-soo, a letter from Apichatpong Weerasethakul, and Barry Jenkins’s conversation with the young stars of Never Rarely Sometimes Always.
A new memoir occasions a couple of profiles in which the actor spins a few tales many of us may find challenging to deal with.
What if the Hollywood of the 1940s were less racist and homophobic than the America of the 1940s?
A new 976-page biography delves into the life and work of an ultimately unknowable man.
Everyone’s eager to make, show, and watch movies in theaters again. In the meantime, here’s plenty to see, hear, and read at home.
Festivals scheduled through August are taking their editions online, while studios and theater chains face off over digital releases. Here’s the latest on the impact of the virus.
The actor best known for his work with Danny Boyle, Ang Lee, Asif Kapadia, and Ritesh Batra was only fifty-three.
Twenty of the world’s top festivals, including Cannes, Venice, Berlin, and Sundance, will take part in a free global event.
The range this week stretches from silent Soviet classics through Hollywood’s heyday and the Czech New Wave to the revolutions of the late twentieth century.
Paul Schrader and Petra Costa are among the filmmakers determined to make the most of what they’ve got during lockdown.
What happens to the films slated to premiere at Cannes 2020? After all, the fall festival season is beginning to look pretty iffy, too.
This month sees new books by and about Woody Allen, Miranda July, and Michael Snow as well as fresh translations and collections of criticism.
Tsai Ming-liang, Charlie Chaplin, Wim Wenders, and Albert Serra are just some of the names in the news this week.
Olivia Laing and Rebecca Mead find restorative consolation in the writing of the renowned filmmaker, painter, and gardener.
While three parallel programs have cancelled, Cannes still holds out hope for a 2020 edition. Here’s the latest on how the virus is affecting cinema.
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