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The Dying and the Undead

We’re reading interviews with Garret Bradley and Don Hertzfeldt and a marvelous account of the making of Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979).

By David Hudson

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Comedy! Melodrama! Horror!

This week: An appreciation of Marilyn Monroe, a conversation with Karim Aïnouz, and a preview of the year’s scariest season.

By David Hudson

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Cinema and Counter-cinema

It’s been a week overshadowed by loss, but here are a few of the brighter highlights.

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Survivors

Spend the holiday weekend with Hugo Fregonese, Serge Daney, Bertolt Brecht, Michael Schultz, and Todd Haynes.

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Back into History

Louise Brooks, Marguerite Duras, Lucrecia Martel, and Jacquelyn Mills headline this week’s roundup.

By David Hudson

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Wild Gals and White Zombies

Věra Chytilová, Lodge Kerrigan, and the first zombies are back in theaters; plus, a tour of installations by Agnès Varda.

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Designs for Living

The sublime comedies of Ernst Lubitsch, a state-of-the-doc address, and the spectacular work of three graphic designers.

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From the Outskirts to the Multiplex

We wrap the week with melodrama and Odorama, a new magazine, and the summer of 1982.

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The Possibilities and Poetry of Summer

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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Trouble in Paradise

Films by Jordon Peele, Ethan Hawke, and Lucile Hadžihalilović arrive along with a series tracing the path of the Method.

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History Is a Rehearsal for the Future

This week we head back to 1981 with Reverse Shot, to the 1970s with Straub-Huillet, and to the 1960s with Marco Bellocchio.

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Dreamed Adventures

This week: Juliette Binoche’s work with Krzysztof Kieślowski and Claire Denis, post-Berlin School German cinema, and Tom Cruise’s “immaculate superstardom.”

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Ongoing Conversations

Wim Wenders, Alice Diop, Pedro Almodóvar, and the Cinémathèque française feature in this week’s picks.

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Over Time

This week sees new issues of film and literary journals as well as great writing on Stanley Kwan, Hong Sangsoo, and Claire Denis.

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From the Surreal to the Too Real

This week: Surrealism and cinema, a Cold War “travesty,” talking about Bruno, and walking in Hong Kong.

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“Let’s Be Scared All the Time”

This week: Sarah Maldoror and Wayne Wang, plus new issues and features and the return of Film Studies for Free.

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Early Summer Reading

Along with a fresh round of new issues from film journals, we’re reading about Mike Leigh, Juliet Berto, Julie Dash, and Clint Eastwood.

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Fits and Starts

It wasn’t always smooth going for Max Ophuls, Mike Hodges, or Irrfan Khan.

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“I’ll Die of Love”

This week: Tarkovsky’s answer to Kubrick, the Otolith Group, Brooklyn filmmakers, German scenes, and Béatrice Dalle.

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They’ve Got the Look—and the Beat

This week swerves from the slick cinéma du look to the harshest punk noise.

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A Lot of Gaul

Cannes tops off its lineup, and we’re reading about Rivette, Resnais—and more.

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Remarkable Women

This week we’re reading interviews with Mira Nair and Jane Schoenbrun, profiles of Viola Davis and Maggie Cheung, and an essay on Joan Micklin Silver.

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Perpetual Evolution

This week we’re imagining possible futures with David Lynch, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Gus Van Sant.

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A Genius for Flourish

This week: A new Cinema Scope, Robert Siodmak, Theodore Witcher, reenactment in nonfiction, and the science of Dune.

By David Hudson