The Criterion Collection
This month we’re reading about David Fincher, Sofia Coppola, Hong Sangsoo, and Werner Herzog.
By David Hudson
Did You See This?
It wasn’t always smooth going for Max Ophuls, Mike Hodges, or Irrfan Khan.
New York’s Museum of the Moving Image presents a series of nineteen films shot by the accomplished cinematographer.
Before Qiu’s award-winning feature opens in theaters, the National Museum of Asian Art will present an online retrospective.
The director of Ex Machina and Annihilation returns, and many critics have questions.
Waters has written his first novel, and a collection of Mueller’s writing has just been reissued.
This week: Tarkovsky’s answer to Kubrick, the Otolith Group, Brooklyn filmmakers, German scenes, and Béatrice Dalle.
A coincidental set of screenings and openings almost seems to be responding to the impending reversal of Roe v. Wade.
The twenty-fifth edition offers lavish decadence, experimental poetry, and timely poignance.
A Melbourne Cinémathèque series of double bills spotlights Lang’s penchant for drilling into the darkest recesses of human nature.
MoMA and the Harvard Film Archive present a program of more than forty overlooked features.
This week swerves from the slick cinéma du look to the harshest punk noise.
For half a century, the Indian documentarian has won accolades abroad while fighting censorship at home.
Cannes sets its juries, Directors’ Fortnight selects its shorts, Locarno honors Laurie Anderson, and Sundance lines up a big London edition.
The Sydney-based festival of new restorations offers a rich set of globally accessible program notes.
The monthly program will feature introductions, interviews, and more supplements.
Cannes tops off its lineup, and we’re reading about Rivette, Resnais—and more.
Critics recommend favorites from this year’s selection of twenty-six features and eleven shorts.
Running parallel to Cannes, two independent programs will present work ripe for discovery.
The Cannes sidebar will present new films by Mia Hansen-Løve, Léa Mysius, João Pedro Rodrigues, and Alex Garland.
Six films by the Indian writer and experimental filmmaker are streaming at e-flux.
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.
The seventy-fifth edition will present new work from Claire Denis, David Cronenberg, Kelly Reichardt, and Hirokazu Kore-eda.
Marguerite Duras and Jean-Luc Godard, Cahiers du cinéma’s radical years, and Todd Haynes are among this month’s highlights.
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