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The Future of the Past Is Bright

Revivals of work by Frank Borzage, Ken Loach, and David Fincher are among this week’s highlights.

By David Hudson

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Purple Gaze

Names in the news this week: Alain Delon, John Akomfrah, Francis Ford Coppola, Vera Drew, Charles Burnett, and Miles Davis.

By David Hudson

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Women in Time

Léa Seydoux is the star of the week, and we’re also reading about Marguerite Duras, Juraj Herz, and Kinuyo Tanaka.

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Evolution of the Art

Notes on the past and future work of Martin Scorsese, Alejo Moguillansky, Pedro Costa, and Alice Rohrwacher.

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Out of the Screen, Towards the Future

This week we’re revisiting two classic video essays and reading about great bio-pics, Med Hondo, and Haitian cinema.

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Living Memories

Brussels celebrates Chantal Akerman, Hirokazu Kore-eda remembers Ryuichi Sakamoto, and there are some intriguing projects in the works.

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A Weekend with the Oscars

This week calls for notes on some of the best writing on each of the ten nominees for Best Picture.

By David Hudson

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Early Hou, and Ceylan, Too

This week offers David Bordwell on Hou Hsiao-hsien’s evolution, Jean Eustache on Ernst Lubitsch, and two must-read reviews of About Dry Grasses.

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Undone and Remade

Revivals of work by Raoul Peck and Jean-Pierre Bekolo and conversations with James Gray and Jodie Foster are among this week’s highlights.

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Landscapes Urban and Pastoral

This week brings fresh writing on Edward Yang and David Cronenberg, a talk with Wim Wenders, and a bundle of lists.

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In the Zones

We’re taking Black History Month viewing recommendations, listening to Peter Bogdanovich’s podcast, and reading about London critics’ favorites.

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Storytellers

The week brings the final issue of Cinema Scope, a revival of Not a Pretty Picture, and a series of films starring Jean Arthur.

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Five Events

We gather essays and interviews related to series spotlighting Ousmane Sembène, Serge Daney, Skip Norman, Iranian cinema, and the Oscars.

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Written in Neon

We’ve been reading about Francis Ford Coppola, James Baldwin, Chantal Akerman, and Cary Grant and Randolph Scott’s barely kept secret.

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Surprises Abound

This week’s given us essays on Chantal Akerman and Edward Yang and conversations with Takeshi Kitano and Robert Bresson.

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In This World

Some big questions come up in discussions of work by Ozu, Welles, and Nancy Savoca.

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Holiday Reading

An appreciation of Raúl Ruiz, a chat with Maggie Renzi and John Sayles, and a holiday lightning round.

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All About This Week

Pedro Almodóvar looks back, Roy Andersson empathizes, and Alice Diop addresses the state of cinema.

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The Players

This week we’re revisiting the work of Tolkin, Bogdanovich, and Borowczyk and reading profiles of Isabelle Huppert and Nicolas Cage.

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Nightmare Cinephilia

The best-of-2023 listing begins, plus: Abel Gance, Elisabeth Subrin, Pedro Costa, and Park Chan-wook.

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Who Wants to Be Right?

Quite an emotional range this week, from musicals and romantic comedies to the terror of nuclear war.

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Those Frozen Horses

Todd Haynes and Tilda Swinton take questions, and Guy Maddin fibs every now and then.

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Resonant Hauntings

Black mothers’ stories come around again, Matt Wolf probes the archives, and Lizzie Borden conjures the streets of mid-1980s New York.

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Fragility and Resilience

Sandra Hüller meets Joachim Trier, Hayao Miyazaki predicts the future, and MoMA showcases Iranian cinema.

By David Hudson