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This week brings a new issue of Seen, featuring Cauleen Smith; a conversation with Jia Zhangke; and a deep dive into Twin Peaks: The Return.
By David Hudson
This week: Jerzy Skolimowski, Alice Diop, Alexander Hammid, Bernardo Bertolucci, and Orson Welles.
This week’s eclectic round touches on experimental milestones, restorations, Mexican cinema, a Japanese series, and movies about movies.
We’re catching up with a conversation with Tom Gunning, an essay on the nuclear threat, and appreciations of Jean-Louis Trintignant and Norma Shearer.
A roundup of holiday reading featuring Ingmar Bergman, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Damien Chazelle, Ernst Lubitsch, and Carolee Schneemann.
This week: Molly Ringwald and Caroline Champetier on Godard, interviews with Tony Kushner and Park Chan-wook, and the new Brooklyn Rail.
Screening the Past returns, Another Screen presents films from Iran, and Céline Sciamma talks about the thirtieth greatest film of all time.
We’re sorting through the Sight and Sound poll and reading about Paweł Łoziński, the Sankofa Collective, and the first films ever made.
Nikyatu Jusu, Douglas Sirk, Mike De Leon, Donald Sutherland, and Sam Raimi are on our minds this week.
This week we’re celebrating Scorsese, rediscovering Noriaki Tsuchimoto, and doing a little close reading with Frederick Wiseman.
New Senses of Cinema! We’re also reading about John Garfield, Anna Karina, Asghar Farhadi, and Mike Leigh.
Iranian cinema, the history of horror, and malevolent conspiracies are on our minds this week.
We’re reading the new issue of Caligari and revisiting disturbing films by Kiyoshi Kurosawa and Gore Verbinski.
Martin Scorsese remembers Jean-Luc Godard, Francine Prose admires Jafar Panahi, and Guy Maddin discusses his earliest and newest works.
Isabelle Huppert, Olivier Assayas, Sally Potter, John Smith, Edgar Wright, and Ethan Hawke have a lot to say.
We’re reading interviews with Garret Bradley and Don Hertzfeldt and a marvelous account of the making of Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979).
This week: An appreciation of Marilyn Monroe, a conversation with Karim Aïnouz, and a preview of the year’s scariest season.
It’s been a week overshadowed by loss, but here are a few of the brighter highlights.
Spend the holiday weekend with Hugo Fregonese, Serge Daney, Bertolt Brecht, Michael Schultz, and Todd Haynes.
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.
The sublime comedies of Ernst Lubitsch, a state-of-the-doc address, and the spectacular work of three graphic designers.
We wrap the week with melodrama and Odorama, a new magazine, and the summer of 1982.
We head back to the 1940s in Los Angeles, the 1960s in New York and Paris, and to every summer you remember.
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