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Film of the Week: The Babadook

By Jonathan Romney on Nov 26, 2014

Maternal instincts: Jennifer Kent's debut horror feature makes allusions to the best of Gothic horror

Deep Focus: The Imitation Game

By Michael Sragow on Nov 26, 2014

Secret life: Morten Tyldum's multilayered film about Alan Turning is a superbly, and subtly, wrought accomplishment

Fassbinder Diary #2: In a Year of 13 Moons

By Violet Lucca on Nov 26, 2014

Someone else's boy: tracing the complex interplay between grief and self-loathing in one of the auteur's finest films

Interview: Chienn Hsiang

By Violet Lucca on Nov 25, 2014

Pretty hurts: the director of Exit speaks about working-class existential crises and working with Golden Horse winner Chen Shiang-chyi

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Festivals: Scary Movies 8

By Tanner Tafelski on Nov 25, 2014

Killer instincts: this year's edition featured new and old horror films that didn't hold back

Bombast: Carole Eastman

By Nick Pinkerton on Nov 21, 2014

A close look at the all-too-brief career of the woman who wrote Five Easy Pieces

Fassbinder Diary #1: Rio das Mortes

By Violet Lucca on Nov 18, 2014

The first in a series chronicling the second half of Film Society of Lincoln Center's Fassbinder retrospective

Rep Diary: Tropicália

By Giovanni Vimercati on Nov 17, 2014

Lost in the paradise: revolutionary Brazilian directors Bressane and Sganzerla get their due at MoMA

Film of the Week: Foxcatcher

By Jonathan Romney on Nov 14, 2014

The sporting life: Bennett Miller's true crime story makes some salient points about class amidst the one-percenter eccentricity

Review: Dumb and Dumber To

By R. Emmet Sweeney on Nov 14, 2014

Idiot proof: the Farrelly Brothers revisit their most successful morons with great success

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Elaine May in conversation with Mike Nichols

An hour-long interview with her former collaborator and old friend Mike Nichols

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