People and Places of Scoundrels & Spitballers
Tinseltown’s golden age comes to life in this supplemental guide to our conversation with journalist Philippe Garnier.
Kent Jones Shares Pieces of His Cinematic DNA
With his feature debut now in theaters, one of our longtime contributors shares his memories of the moviegoing experiences that have shaped him.
A Born Editor: Remembering Françoise Bonnot (1939–2018)
The great French editor talks about growing up in the cutting room and how she became one of Costa-Gavras’s most trusted collaborators.
A Sound for Love and Loss: Bo Harwood on A Woman Under the Influence
With just piano and guitar, longtime Cassavetes collaborator Bo Harwood created a score that highlights the melancholy in the director’s acclaimed domestic drama.
A Weekend in Lynch Land
At a two-day festival in Brooklyn, David Lynch diehards got a chance to meditate, walk through their own Eraserhead experience, and hear from the master himself.
From the Tarkovsky Archives
On what would have been his eighty-sixth birthday, we’re celebrating Andrei Tarkvosky’s legacy with a look back at some of the essays and videos we’ve published on his work.
From the Pasolini Archives
On the anniversary of his birth, we look back on the films of Pier Paolo Pasolini, one of the most radical figures of Italian cinema.
Words of Wisdom from This Year’s DGA Nominees
With the Oscars coming up this weekend, we gathered some highlights from an in-depth conversation with five of this year’s most-lauded directors.
When Jazz Icon Hugh Masekela Took the Stage at Monterey
With the recent passing of Hugh Masekela, we’re looking back at the South African jazz luminary’s unforgettable performance in Monterey Pop.
From the Jarmusch Archives
Today, we celebrate Jim Jarmusch’s birthday with a look back at some of the writing we’ve published on his films over the years.
Robin Holland on the Set of Paris, Texas
We remember the late portrait photographer Robin Holland with two images she took on the set of Paris, Texas.
Ana Lily Amirpour’s Taste for Tampopo
Filmmaker Ana Lily Amirpour shares her love for Juzo Itami’s foodie classic in this new video, which we’re sharing just in time for National Noodle Day.
A Moment with Harry
Filmmaker Allison Anders recalls a story about her time working with the late Harry Dean Stanton on the set of Paris, Texas.
The Old in the New at TIFF 2017
Highlights from this year’s stellar Toronto International Film Festival lineup echoed a handful of classics from our collection.
Alone Together in the City: One Scene from Naked
The disheveled drifter at the heart of Mike Leigh’s 1993 masterpiece collides with a disturbed young man in this brilliantly acted, semi-screwball scene.
Still Swooning After All These Years: Desert Hearts, Back in Theaters
A landmark of mainstream queer cinema, Donna Deitch’s 1986 feature debut returns to theaters in a new restoration.
From the Kieślowski Archives
On what would have been his seventy-sixth birthday, we look back at the incandescent, richly cinematic reveries of one of the most acclaimed Polish filmmakers of his generation.
A Night at the Wing with Kirsten Johnson
Kirsten Johnson joined Illeana Douglas for an evening of conversation and a screening of Cameraperson at the Wing, a women’s club that recently opened in Manhattan.
Playing Catch-Up: A Week of First Encounters at the Quad
Manhattan’s Quad Cinema reopened last month with a series of events that highlighted the emotional immediacy that comes with the experience of watching movies for the first time.