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Quantum Entanglement in a Mabusean World

This week brings a new issue of Seen, featuring Cauleen Smith; a conversation with Jia Zhangke; and a deep dive into Twin Peaks: The Return.

By David Hudson

Two Midnighters

With confident verve, Brandon Cronenberg’s Infinity Pool and Laura Moss’s birth/rebirth defy horror fans’ expectations.

By David Hudson

A Handful of Sundance Premieres

Critical favorites include new films by Ira Sachs, Roger Ross Williams, William Oldroyd, and Raine Allen-Miller.

By David Hudson

Oscar Nominations: Everything Goes to Eleven

The Daniels’ gender-blender is out front, followed by The Banshees of Inisherin and All Quiet on the Western Front.

By David Hudson

Berlinale 2013 Competition and Encounters Lineups

The German contingent is strong: Margarethe von Trotta, Christian Petzold, Angela Schanelec, Christoph Hochhäusler, and Emily Atef.

By David Hudson

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To Truly Feel Everything

This week: Jerzy Skolimowski, Alice Diop, Alexander Hammid, Bernardo Bertolucci, and Orson Welles.

By David Hudson

Let the Winter Festivities Begin

Critics list their most-anticipated films as Sundance opens with Rotterdam and Berlin hot on its heels.

By David Hudson

January Books

Names on the shelves this month include Terrence Malick, Vladimir Nabokov, Veronica Lake, and Mohsen Makhmalbaf.

By David Hudson

Farewell, Gina Lollobrigida

Despite her initial reluctance and a stifling contract with Howard Hughes, La Lollo became one of the top stars of the 1950s and ’60s.

By David Hudson

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Bric-à-Brakhage and Curiosities

This week’s eclectic round touches on experimental milestones, restorations, Mexican cinema, a Japanese series, and movies about movies.

By David Hudson

Seijun Suzuki Centennial Trailer

Japan Society and the Japan Foundation present six imported 35 mm prints showcasing the work of one of cinema’s most exhilarating stylists.

By David Hudson

The Golden Globes’ Anxious Return

Following scandal and a round of reforms, the HFPA is hoping everyone enjoyed Tuesday night’s show.

By David Hudson

Young at Heart in Berlin

Alice Diop and Martin Scorsese are among the filmmakers who have selected films for this year’s Berlinale Retrospective.

By David Hudson

A Snapshot of the Frontrunners

We gather some of the best recent writing on the National Society of Film Critics’s choices for the best films of 2022.

By David Hudson

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Uncertain Futures

We’re catching up with a conversation with Tom Gunning, an essay on the nuclear threat, and appreciations of Jean-Louis Trintignant and Norma Shearer.

By David Hudson

Michael Snow, Seen or Unseen

The interdisciplinary Canadian artist was best-known in the States for such landmark films as Wavelength (1967) and La région centrale (1971).

By David Hudson

James Baldwin Abroad

New York’s Film Forum presents three recently restored short films that capture the writer in Istanbul, Paris, and London.

By David Hudson

The Long Goodbye to 2022

With lists, polls, and remembrances, we look back once again to the year that was.

By David Hudson

The Most-Anticipated Films of 2023

Martin Scorsese, Hayao Miyazaki, Catherine Breillat, Michael Mann, Christian Petzold, David Fincher . . .

By David Hudson

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Joys Here and There

A roundup of holiday reading featuring Ingmar Bergman, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Damien Chazelle, Ernst Lubitsch, and Carolee Schneemann.

By David Hudson

A Big Poll and More Lists

Many of the most notable films of the year tell deeply personal stories.

By David Hudson

December Books

Among the names on the shelves this month: Andy Warhol, Bong Joon Ho, Sofia Coppola, Stanley Kubrick, and Alfred Hitchcock.

By David Hudson

Rotterdam Lines Up

The festival announces the lineup for its first in-person edition since 2020.

By David Hudson

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Hello to Language

This week: Molly Ringwald and Caroline Champetier on Godard, interviews with Tony Kushner and Park Chan-wook, and the new Brooklyn Rail.

By David Hudson