Hour of the Wolf and From the Life of the Marionettes: The Strength of Surrender
Separated by more than a decade in Ingmar Bergman’s filmography, these two formally masterful dramas uncover the ugliness of male aggression and brutality.
Is Fassbinder’s Working-Class TV Drama Effective as Political Art?
A public-television commission intended to raise class consciousness, Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day inspired heated debates about its political orientation.
In this ongoing series of videos, we invite contemporary filmmakers to discuss movies that have had a lasting impact on their work.