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New issues of Film Quarterly and Animus and a conversation with Liv Ullmann and Jessica Chastain are among this week’s highlights.
By David Hudson
The new 4K restoration of Christopher Petit’s debut feature will screen at the New York Film Festival before opening at the Metrograph.
As the Viennale prepares a retrospective, Toronto premieres what Davies calls “the best film I’ve made.”
For some, it’s “a relentless, propulsive chase movie,” while others find this first part to be “a turgid preamble with little payoff.”
Audrey Diwan, Jane Campion, and Maggie Gyllenhaal take home top awards.
A political thriller, a batch of musicals, conversations with Steve Buscemi, and Sarah Maldoror’s Sambizanga are among this week’s highlights.
Critics find Kristen Stewart to be “both such a counterintuitive and oddly apt choice” for the role of Diana, Princess of Wales.
One of the best-reviewed films in Venice now heads to Toronto, New York, and London.
When Breathless opened in the U.S., the New York Times announced the arrival of “a hypnotically ugly new young man by the name of Jean-Paul Belmondo.”
Faya Dayi opens, Sight & Sound revives the Black Film Bulletin, and Tsai Ming-liang and Tony Leung Chiu Wai look back—and ahead.
A dark chapter in Spain’s history lurks in the background of Almodóvar’s exuberant comedy.
New films by Pedro Almodóvar, Jane Campion, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Paul Schrader, and Paolo Sorrentino are set to premiere in competition.
Here’s the latest on projects in the works from Bille August, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Paolo Sorrentino, and Ildikó Enyedi.
As the fifty-fifth edition wrapped over the weekend, Stefan Arsenijević’s As Far as I Can Walk took three prizes.
This week we’re delving into the history of Black cinema and reflecting on films from Afghanistan and Iran.
Steven Soderbergh lines up another series and adaptations of novels by Colson Whitehead and Taffy Brodesser-Akner are in the works.
Fifteen features and eight programs of short films are set for the festival’s showcase of aesthetically adventurous work.
Nancy wrote a book about Kiarostami and Denis drew inspiration from the late philosopher’s work.
This week we’re appreciating performances from Elliott Gould and Elaine Stritch and delving into the work of Lav Diaz and Kevin Jerome Everson.
The producer and distributor offers a portrait of an exhibitor who helped shape the art-house moviegoing experience.
This month we’re reading about Hollywood memoirs, cultural histories, and the revived debate over the screenplay for Last Year at Marienbad.
Here’s what critics have been saying about the winners of the top awards.
This week we’re reading about the first and second waves of noir and taking a good look at a smartly dressed man.
The competitive program will premiere new work from Laurent Cantet, Lucile Hadžihalilović, and Hany Abu-Assad.
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