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Film of the Week: Goodbye to Language

By Jonathan Romney on Oct 29, 2014

There's life in the old dog yet: grappling with Godard's latest text

Kaiju Shakedown: 31 Asian Horror Movies

By Grady Hendrix on Oct 29, 2014

Halloween special: each film on this list is more spooktacular than the last

Rep Diary: Winsor McCay

By David Filipi on Oct 28, 2014

The grandmammy of 'em all: tracing the early days of animation with Gertie the Dinosaur, coming up in MoMA's To Save and Project

Bombast: 35, Stayin’ Alive

By Nick Pinkerton on Oct 24, 2014

Battle of the Film Format Stars: about medium-specific squabbling and nastiness at the New Bev


Interview: Laura Poitras

By Nicolas Rapold on Oct 24, 2014

Knowledge is power: the director of CITIZENFOUR lifts the curtain on the ultimate political thriller

Film of the Week: Nightcrawler

By Jonathan Romney on Oct 23, 2014

Breaking: this Jake Gyllenhaal-powered thriller has more to offer than just a media critique

Interview: Ruben Östlund

By Violet Lucca on Oct 21, 2014

Psych 101: the director of Force Majeure describes his love for YouTube and philosophical debate

Bombast: Fan Club

By Nick Pinkerton on Oct 17, 2014

Show 'em some love: when counterculture met the mainstream, and other horrors of fandom

Notebook: From What is Before

By Michael Guarneri on Oct 17, 2014

Collective memory: Lav Diaz's latest film might be the best entry point into his oeuvre

Kaiju Shakedown: Kim Ki-young

By Grady Hendrix on Oct 16, 2014

The hallucinatory delights and low-budget invention of A Woman After a Killer Butterfly, from the director of The Housemaid

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Long Day’s Journey into Night

Michael Wilmington exults in the video release of Kieslowski's ten films inspired by the Ten Commandments, The Decalogue

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