The Criterion Collection
New restorations of work by Pedro Costa, Kira Muratova, Jean Eustache, Edward Yang, and Claire Denis are set to screen in New York.
By David Hudson
The Austrian Film Museum and MoMA will present new restorations, talks, and live readings.
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This week: An appreciation of Marilyn Monroe, a conversation with Karim Aïnouz, and a preview of the year’s scariest season.
This month we’re reading about Jean-Luc Godard, Dirk Bogarde, Michael K. Williams, a few new novels, and just the state of things in general.
A new collection introduces a major French critic and editor to English-speaking cinephiles.
Let’s have a look at the award-winners and critical favorites.
It’s been a week overshadowed by loss, but here are a few of the brighter highlights.
Spielberg finally tells the story that has shaped so many of his films, and critics are loving it.
Always innovating, Godard was one of the most vital and influential figures in the history of cinema.
Laura Poitras, Alice Diop, Luca Guadagnino, and Martin McDonagh win top awards in Venice.
New films by Andrew Dominik, Paul Schrader, Rebecca Zlotowski, Alice Diop, and Florian Zeller premiere in Venice.
All the Beauty and the Bloodshed is the only nonfiction film competing in Venice—and Werner Herzog and Mark Cousins remain as busy as ever.
The first reviews are in for new films by Martin McDonagh, Joanna Hogg, Emanuele Crialese, and Koji Fukada.
Here’s an overview of how some of the contenders are faring with critics in Venice.
Spend the holiday weekend with Hugo Fregonese, Serge Daney, Bertolt Brecht, Michael Schultz, and Todd Haynes.
Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of Don DeLillo’s novel is met with a first round of qualified praise.
Louise Brooks, Marguerite Duras, Lucrecia Martel, and Jacquelyn Mills headline this week’s roundup.
Věra Chytilová, Lodge Kerrigan, and the first zombies are back in theaters; plus, a tour of installations by Agnès Varda.
This week’s announcements from Toronto and New York promise tantalizing world premieres and other highlights of the season.
Our late summer reading list includes vital film criticism and new titles on Josephine Baker, Douglas Fairbanks, and more.
The director’s first novel is an action-packed prequel and sequel to his 1995 film.
The big winners at the festival’s seventy-fifth edition were Julia Murat and first-time director Valentina Maurel.
The sublime comedies of Ernst Lubitsch, a state-of-the-doc address, and the spectacular work of three graphic designers.
New York’s Film Forum commemorates the director’s centennial year with a series of twenty-one films.
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