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Plaudits for Elaine May and Barbara Stanwyck, conversations with Elliott Gould and Bertrand Tavernier, and a rift between a filmmaker and his subject.
By David Hudson
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.
Family movies, Wellesian moments, and the female gaze are among this week’s highlights.
Critics Serge Daney and V. F. Perkins and filmmakers Dziga Vertov, William Friedkin, and Alfonso Cuarón are among the subjects of this week’s highlights.
This week has seen appreciations of such disparate figures as Ida Lupino, André Bazin, and F. J. Ossang.
The branding of Bergman, the arrival of The Other Side of the Wind, and more highlights of the week.
Wim Wenders, Marilyn Monroe, and Peter Bogdanovich are among the names cropping up this week.
Two outstanding podcasts return, and every one of Hong Sangsoo’s features is revisited.
A “skeleton key” to an epic audiovisual essay by Godard and interviews with Anna Biller and Richard Linklater are among this week’s highlights.
This week’s round also includes David Bordwell on Alain Resnais and Sergei Loznitsa’s tribute to Kira Muratova.
This week’s round of five highlights begins with a new column and a new issue of Film Quarterly.
Agnès Varda returns to Interview, David Lynch talks about his art, and more.
Hoberman on Romero, Anderson on Godard, Gallagher on Ford, filmmakers’ top fifties, and more.
There’s a wistful sense of what might have been running through this week’s round of five.
Film Studies for Free turns ten, BlacKkKlansman sparks debate—and more.
Also, a personal remembrance of cinematographer Masaki Tamura.
Plus artwork by Orson Welles, short films by Frank Mosley, and the week’s greatest thread on Twitter.
Did You See This? returns, gathering five of the most interesting items of the past week.
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