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We’re watching new restorations and assessing the states of Bollywood and the modern musical.
By David Hudson
As the festival presents its program to the public, now is a good time to discover the bounty at the Forum’s newly revamped site.
Critics welcome the big-screen version of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit musical as a celebration of the return of the movies.
The selection features new work from Joanna Hogg, Clio Barnard, Jonas Carpignano, Radu Muntean, and Peter Tscherkassky.
The Cannes sidebar focusing on promising newcomers presents its sixtieth-anniversary selection.
We’re catching up with the new issues of Bookforum, the Brooklyn Rail, and Field Notes and delving into the work of Bill Gunn and Tsai Ming-liang.
The festival returns with a full-to-bursting official selection that includes an entirely new program.
Christian Petzold reunites with Paula Beer and Franz Rogowski, the stars of Transit (2018), for a contemporary fable.
Valeria Sarmiento and the Chilean production company Poetastros have launched a campaign to complete Raúl Ruiz’s Socialist Realism.
This week: Anarchy on screen, a pre-Code barroom brawl, an essay on Julie Dash, and conversations with Jia Zhangke and Sergei Loznitsa.
Hong’s sixth feature, made in 2005, is finally seeing a theatrical release in the U.S.
The Palestinian filmmaker’s four features are streaming for free through Sunday.
We’re reading more about Billy Wilder and Alfred Hitchcock and about Sofia Coppola and Stanley Kubrick.
On our minds this week: John Schlesinger, Nathaniel Dorsky and Jerome Hiler, Marguerite Duras, Agnès Varda, and David Cronenberg.
The actor, writer, and talk show regular will be remembered as an “uncommonly intense and all-around uncommon performer.”
Here’s an update on what Bong Joon Ho, Margarethe von Trotta, David Cronenberg, Alice Rohrwacher, and Wes Anderson are up to.
Koresky and his mother revisit ten films from the 1980s, a decade abundant with vital performances from female stars.
Look who’s back: Alain Delon and Romy Schneider, Charlie Chaplin, Dee Rees, and . . . Cop Rock?
The ten-episode adaptation of Colson Whitehead’s novel is a conscious “act of seeing.”
The actor, director, and producer known for his work with Welles, Hitchcock, Chaplin, and Renoir was 106.
The new season of You Must Remember This tells the stories behind rival Hollywood columnists Louella Parsons and Hedda Hopper.
Over the next two weeks, Laurent Kretzschmar and Srikanth Srinivasan will present translations of the renowned critic’s dispatches.
This week we celebrate Elaine May, Ulrike Ottinger, Liza Minnelli, and Madonna while paging through the new Senses of Cinema.
Critics celebrate the new 4K restoration of The Story of a Three Day Pass (1968).
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