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This week sees new issues of film and literary journals as well as great writing on Stanley Kwan, Hong Sangsoo, and Claire Denis.
By David Hudson
This week: Surrealism and cinema, a Cold War “travesty,” talking about Bruno, and walking in Hong Kong.
This week: Sarah Maldoror and Wayne Wang, plus new issues and features and the return of Film Studies for Free.
Along with a fresh round of new issues from film journals, we’re reading about Mike Leigh, Juliet Berto, Julie Dash, and Clint Eastwood.
It wasn’t always smooth going for Max Ophuls, Mike Hodges, or Irrfan Khan.
This week: Tarkovsky’s answer to Kubrick, the Otolith Group, Brooklyn filmmakers, German scenes, and Béatrice Dalle.
This week swerves from the slick cinéma du look to the harshest punk noise.
Cannes tops off its lineup, and we’re reading about Rivette, Resnais—and more.
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.
This week we’re imagining possible futures with David Lynch, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Gus Van Sant.
This week: A new Cinema Scope, Robert Siodmak, Theodore Witcher, reenactment in nonfiction, and the science of Dune.
This week’s reads include a survey of this year’s contenders, a look back to the last big sweep, and interviews with Wayne Wang and Valentyn Vasyanovych.
Ukrainian cinema, suspense vs. dread, and the opposite of synesthesia are on our minds this week.
This week’s roundup roams from pre-Code Hollywood to the New Hollywood of the 1970s.
Freud and Jung make surprise appearances in this week’s roundup.
A young Luc Moullet’s thoughts on Luis Buñuel and Ethan Hawke’s work with Richard Linklater are among this week’s highlights.
This week we’re celebrating pioneers of queer cinema and reading about Melville, Menelik Shabazz, Patrick Wang, and Francis Ford Coppola.
The week wraps with swift thrills from Steven Soderbergh and Dominik Graf and fresh appreciations of Louis Malle and Julien Duvivier.
This week: Céline Sciamma, Julia Ducournau, Jane Campion, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, and Joachim Trier and Renate Reinsve.
Names in the news this week: Asta Nielsen, Guillermo del Toro, Quentin Tarantino, Alexandre Rockwell, James Blue, and Mou Tun-fei.
This week: Sundance at thirty and Ways of Seeing at fifty, plus the Márta Mészáros and Bill Morrison retrospectives and a new Cinema Scope.
This week we’re watching and reading about Tom Noonan, Jean Vigo, Marie-Claude Treilhou, and Miklós Jancsó.
Travel this weekend with Stanley Kubrick, David Bowie, Sarah Maldoror, Lana Wachowski, and Tsai Ming-liang.
A Nicole Brenez dossier and writing on Melvin Van Peebles and Nicolas Cage are among this week’s highlights.
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