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David Hudson

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Cannes 2024 Jury “Led With Our Hearts”

With just a few exceptions, critics are generally pleased with this year’s awards.

By David Hudson

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Senses and Dialogues

The week wraps with a new Senses of Cinema, conversations with Ken and Azazel Jacobs and Jamie Nares, and essays on Peter Whitehead and Gillian Armstrong.

By David Hudson

2024 Critics’ Week Awards

At a time of crisis for Argentinian cinema, an Argentinian director has won the top prize.

By David Hudson

Trailer Premiere: Lynne Sachs: From the Outside In

Celebrating a forty-year career, DCTV presents a twenty-four-film retrospective.

By David Hudson

Ensembles Assemble!

Critics in Cannes warmly welcome Rumours, Christmas Eve in Miller’s Point, and Eephus.

By David Hudson

Cannes 2024: Jia, Audiard, Fargeat

The reviews are in for Caught by the Tides, Emilia Pérez, and The Substance.

By David Hudson

Robbie Ryan Shoots Two Contenders

The cinematographer has reunited with Andrea Arnold for Bird and with Yorgos Lanthimos on Kinds of Kindness.

By David Hudson

Francis Ford Coppola’s Megalopolis

Every rave and every pan salutes Coppola’s determination to realize his grandest vision.

By David Hudson

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Light in Stereo

We’re reading about Chris Marker and Hiroshi Shimizu and listening to conversations from Cannes.

By David Hudson

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

Does it measure up? For most reviewers, the answer is a resounding yes—but there are a few outliers.

By David Hudson

Cannes 2024: Dupieux, Fillières, Millet

The festival opens with a showcase for French acting royalty.

By David Hudson

Roger Corman: “Hectic, Maddening, but Fun”

Few filmmakers had a greater impact on the shape and direction of American cinema in the 1960s and ’70s.

By David Hudson

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Optimism of the Will

Horace Ové’s Pressure opens, Víctor Erice and Pedro Costa exchange ideas, and GQ presents an oral history of Go.

By David Hudson

Iran Cracks Down on Mohammad Rasoulof—Again

With his new film slated to premiere in Cannes, Rasoulof faces his harshest sentence yet.

By David Hudson

A Killer in Pleasantville

Thelma Schoonmaker brings Michael Powell’s Peeping Tom to the inaugural edition of JBFC Restored and Rediscovered.

By David Hudson

Prismatic Ground 2024

This year’s edition features work by Michel Khleifi, Antoinetta Angelidi, Amit Dutta, Raúl Ruiz, and Tsai Ming-liang.

By David Hudson

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Screens Aglow

Hiroshi Shimizu and Oscar Micheaux retrospectives open in New York and cinematographer Hélène Louvart talks about working with Varda, Wenders, and more.

By David Hudson

Avant-Garde Visions of New York

The series spotlights rarely seen films by Shirley Clarke, Marie Menken, Bette Gordon, Jack Smith, and dozens more.

By David Hudson

Black Britain at BAM

Films by Horace Ové, Menelik Shabazz, John Akomfrah, Isaac Julien, and more depict Black lives in a tumultuous era.

By David Hudson

MoMA’s Tribute to Bulle Ogier

Jacques Rivette, Marguerite Duras, and Luis Buñuel—more than thirty features and shorts will screen in the monthlong series.

By David Hudson

Cinema Reborn 2024

The festival presents restorations of films by Renoir, Hawks, Malick, and more in Sydney and Melbourne.

By David Hudson

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Mercurial Talents

This week offers reflections on the work of Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Béla Tarr, Satyajit Ray, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Joan Chen.

By David Hudson

Laurent Cantet’s Electrifying Cinema

The director of Human Resources (1999), Time Out (2001), and The Class (2008) has died at sixty-three.

By David Hudson

Cannes Classics and Summer Festivals

The Official Selection is complete, Classics celebrates twenty years, and beyond Cannes, summer events are lining up.

By David Hudson