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In the news this week: Francis Ford Coppola, Raúl Ruiz, Joanna Hogg, and Lou Ye.
By David Hudson
This week has seen surveys of the careers of Abbas Kiarostami and screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière and deep dives into milestone works by George Cukor and Andrei Tarkovsky.
BAM’s Black 90s series, Nina Menkes, a poet, Avengers, and a list of the top films of the 2010s are among this week’s highlights.
New issues of Screening the Past and cléo are out this week, and new restorations are opening in New York.
In the spotlight this week: A new resource on avant-garde cinema, Kent Jones on Francis Ford Coppola, Darren Hughes on Claire Denis, and more.
This week sees further remembrances of Agnès Varda, reflections on Godard then and now, and appreciations of a vital but too often overlooked filmmaker, Nelly Kaplan.
Deep dives into the work of Bob Fosse and Buster Keaton and a mash note to Aki Kaurismäki lead this week’s highlights.
Fresh assessments of the work of Chris Marker and Stanley Kubrick, an interview with Kent Jones, and that stellar year for American cinema, 1999.
This week spotlights George Cukor, Chantal Akerman, Straub-Huillet, Antonioni, and the feud between Clint Eastwood and Pauline Kael.
Featured in this week’s round: Edgar G. Ulmer, Stanley Kubrick, Jia Zhangke, and Guy Maddin.
Claire Denis in Film Comment, an ongoing project at Directed by Women, and Glenda Jackson and Meryl Streep in conversation are among this week’s highlights.
Barbara Hammer gives an “exit interview,” Béla Tarr discusses Sátántangó, and Neil Jordan writes about the projects that got away.
Oscar-nominated songs, the unsung Marielle Heller, Lois Weber, Germans in Paris, and more feature in this week’s round.
New restorations, a new trailer, new translations, a new publication, and new perspectives on an awesome and abhorrent film.
Norman Jewison and Ray Charles, Jules Feiffer and Alain Renais, and Jia Zhangke and Apple.
Rotterdam and Vanity Fair get a cinephile’s dream roster of filmmakers talking about their work.
This week features major new resource on The Magnificent Ambersons, Godard’s allusions, and Ilya Khrzhanovsky’s multimedia extravaganza.
Plaudits for Elaine May and Barbara Stanwyck, conversations with Elliott Gould and Bertrand Tavernier, and a rift between a filmmaker and his subject.
A big list from the American Society of Cinematographers, a series celebrating a slew of twentieth anniversaries, and two great series in New York.
The new year brings us new issues of Cinema Scope, Film Comment, the DGA Quarterly, and World Records.
New issues of Senses of Cinema and cléo this week, but also healthy seasonal doses of anxiety and lamentation.
In this week’s round: Tarkovsky and Eisenstein, Godard and Varda, and one of the most consequential television programs of all time.
Bluebeard films, German theorists, Fassbinder’s attack, sensory experiences, and the world’s largest movie studio.
A new issue from a magazine founded over fifty years ago and a showcase of work by aspiring film critics.
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