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Quite an emotional range this week, from musicals and romantic comedies to the terror of nuclear war.
By David Hudson
Todd Haynes and Tilda Swinton take questions, and Guy Maddin fibs every now and then.
Black mothers’ stories come around again, Matt Wolf probes the archives, and Lizzie Borden conjures the streets of mid-1980s New York.
Sandra Hüller meets Joachim Trier, Hayao Miyazaki predicts the future, and MoMA showcases Iranian cinema.
We’re revisiting Infernal Affairs, Lisandro Alonso’s Los muertos, and some of the first reviews posted at Reverse Shot.
The UK celebrates Powell and Pressburger, two writers tune into Robert Bresson, and The Exorcist turns fifty.
Look who’s talking: Martin Scorsese, Michael Mann, Nathaniel Dorsky, Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Gregg Araki . . .
Notes on a “gobsmacking” Mexican classic, Isabelle Adjani’s secrets, and underground cinephilia in Iran.
The week brings conversations with Hal Hartley, Todd Haynes, Christine Vachon, Pedro Costa, Wang Bing, and Rita Azevedo Gomes.
John Waters goes Hollywood, Terence Davies reads a poem, and Marguerite Duras tears it all down.
This week features interviews with Martin Scorsese and Arturo Ripstein and appreciations of Tout va bien and Boris Karloff.
We’re celebrating Ousmane Sembène’s centennial, reading interviews with Ryusuke Hamaguchi and Kasi Lemmons, and watching soundies.
Stan Lee meets Alain Resnais, plus interviews with Molly Haskell, Babette Mangolte, and Manohla Dargis—and James Quandt on Jean Eustach
This week brings restorations of work by Kira Muratova, a personal story from Werner Herzog, and conversations with Kim Morgan and Dustin Guy Defa.
This week we’re revisiting After Hours and other ’80s greats and the oeuvres of Yasuzo Masumura and François Truffaut.
Look who’s talking: Carl Franklin, Claire Simon, Ira Sachs, Jim Jarmusch, Sally Potter, Laura Citarella, Christoph Hochhäusler . . .
This week: Stephanie Zacharek’s hundred favorites, Peter Wollen on the British New Wave, and a conversation with Hong Sangsoo.
Names in the news this week: Agnès Varda, Hayao Miyazaki, Jafar Panahi, Savanah Leaf—and Bree Daniels.
This week, we’re reading conversations with Cheryl Dunye, Christian Petzold, and Whit Stillman.
This week gives us a new Cinema Scope, an Ernst Lubitsch podcast, and an interview with John Woo.
This week’s highlights include conversations with Boots Riley and Lucrecia Martel and a new triple issue of Offscreen.
Critics rank political movies and revisit the work of Fassbinder, Pasolini, and Juliet Berto.
The week has brought interviews with Claire Denis and Pedro Costa and essays on the work of James Baldwin and Sharon Lockhart.
A rebel actress, a lost oeuvre, and a pornographic remake are among this week’s highlights.
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