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Bombast: The List

By Nick Pinkerton on May 29, 2015

A hall of fame with a difference: never mind the stars, what about the tertiary players, background artists, and virtuoso one-off performers of cinema?

Cannes Dispatch #5: Women and Cannes

By Eugene Hernandez on May 29, 2015

What's wrong with this picture? A look at the ongoing questions of gender being faced (or not being faced) by the world's preeminent film festival

Titanus: The Demon

By Jackson Arn on May 29, 2015

It takes a village: Brunello Rondi’s supercharged 1963 tale of possession shines in the Film Society’s survey of a singular Italian studio

Deep Focus: Aloha

By Michael Sragow on May 28, 2015

Heart failure: Cameron Crowe's overstuffed redemption tale brings romance to his characters but without the courtesy of insight or nuance


Interview: Josh & Benny Safdie

By Dan Sullivan on May 26, 2015

Volatile spirits: the directors of NYFF selection Heaven Knows What and Daddy Longlegs discuss the intricate role of actors in their writing process

Cannes Dispatch #4: Hou & Jia

By Eugene Hernandez on May 24, 2015

History boys: on the hotly anticipated The Assassin and Mountains May Depart, from directors Hou Hsiao-hsien and Jia Zhang-ke

Cannes Roundtable #1

By Film Comment on May 22, 2015

Our international panel of caffeinated critics debates Cannes premieres by Todd Haynes, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Pixar, Yorgos Lanthimos, and more

Film of the Week: Arabian Nights

By Jonathan Romney on May 22, 2015

Special Cannes edition: Miguel Gomes's six-hour, three-part reimagining of 1001 Nights is a magnificent, one-of-a-kind reckoning with hard times

Cannes Dispatch #3: The Lobster

By Eugene Hernandez on May 22, 2015

The birds and the bees: Yorgos Lanthimos's English-language debut mixes surrealism with the realities of modern courtship

Deep Focus: Tomorrowland

By Michael Sragow on May 21, 2015

Le Corbusier shrugged: Brad Bird's less-than-spectacular look at the (retro-tinged) world of tomorrow

Rep Diary: Valentine’s Day Massacre

By Malcolm Thorndike Nicholson on May 20, 2015

In anticipation of the Cannes premiere of Gaspar Noé's Love, a look back at the annual (anti-?) romantic series at Anthology Film Archives and sex on film

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Touch of Evil

From a Summer 1971 special section on Orson Welles: where (and what) is “Mexico”?

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