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Two outstanding podcasts return, and every one of Hong Sangsoo’s features is revisited.
By David Hudson
Here’s a taste of what the critics have been saying about the nominees.
An autumnal round of reviews, excerpts, interviews, and news.
Peter Jackson revamps archival footage from the First World War in They Shall Not Grow Old.
With Happy New Year, Colin Burstead, the British director returns to the nit and grit of his early features.
If horror is going to be forever plagued by remakes and sequels, we could do worse than this year’s Halloween and Suspiria.
New York 2018
Llinás and his troupe of four performers present a playful, open, inventive, fourteen-hour-long adventure.
This adaptation of James Baldwin’s 1974 novel is a testament to the director’s professed influences.
Features by Tsai Ming-liang, Jodie Mack, and Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt exhibit the range of the NYFF program.
A “skeleton key” to an epic audiovisual essay by Godard and interviews with Anna Biller and Richard Linklater are among this week’s highlights.
Four delightful performances enliven debates about the future of art and literature.
Denis’s first feature in English—and her first foray into science fiction—stars Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche.
The past weighs heavily on the present in Long Day’s Journey into Night, Ash Is Purest White, and A Family Tour.
On Roberto Minervini’s What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire? and Frederick Wiseman’s Monrovia, Indiana.
Three documentaries at the NYFF explore routes to our current moment.
This “lean but evocative allegory” can be read in a surprising number of ways.
Elisabeth Moss steers a ’90s-era rock band towards self-immolation.
This week’s round also includes David Bordwell on Alain Resnais and Sergei Loznitsa’s tribute to Kira Muratova.
A collection of previews of the fifty-sixth edition and a fresh round of raves for the latest from Yorgos Lanthimos
The completion of the project Welles began in the 1970s is one of the major cinematic events of the year.
All four finalists in the running for Britain’s best-known art award work with moving images.
The research center and archive will open early next year.
This week’s round of five highlights begins with a new column and a new issue of Film Quarterly.
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