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Interview: Laura Citarella & Verónica Llinás

By Alejandro Veciana on Apr 17, 2015

Three years of solitude: the Argentine actress-directing duo discuss their self-sufficient approach to Dog Lady

Kaiju Shakedown: Kuei Chih-hung

By Grady Hendrix on Apr 17, 2015

Showing how the system works (and breaking arms along the way), this Shaw Brothers director mixed the wacked-out with the clued-in

Film of the Week: Full Moon in Paris

By Jonathan Romney on Apr 16, 2015

Something in the air: Pascale Ogier shines in Rohmer's tragicomic, pitch-perfect evocation of Eighties Paris

Deep Focus: Tangerines

By Michael Sragow on Apr 15, 2015

Zaza Urushadze’s beautifully lensed, Academy Award-nominated drama about the Abkhazian-Georgian conflict takes no sides


Art of the Real: Edgardo Cozarinsky

By Max Nelson on Apr 15, 2015

Connection lost: the Argentine writer/director delves into his family's past and Jewish diaspora generally in Letter to a Father

Festivals: L’immagine e la parola at Locarno

By José Teodoro on Apr 13, 2015

Locarno’s spring festival of word and image revives Pawel Pawlikowski’s tag-along with Dostoevsky and celebrates intrepid nonfiction novelist Emmanuel Carrère

Interview: Nick Broomfield

By Margaret Barton-Fumo on Apr 10, 2015

What happens when a serial killer runs rampant in South Central? Virtually nothing, explains the director of Tales of the Grim Sleeper (except more killing)

Deep Focus: Clouds of Sils Maria

By Michael Sragow on Apr 9, 2015

Tell it on the mountain: Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart grapple with the flux of identity and generations in Olivier Assayas's exquisitely attuned latest film

Art of the Real: City Ways

By Jackson Arn on Apr 8, 2015

In four films featured in the annual nonfiction festival, men and women navigate solitude, sex, death, and globalization in urban environments

Film of the Week: Rebels of the Neon God

By Jonathan Romney on Apr 8, 2015

Side streets: Tsai Ming-liang’s debut feature of disaffected, motorcycle-riding Tapei youth finally gets its U.S. theatrical run

Interview: Tsai Ming-liang

By Huei-Yin Chen on Apr 6, 2015

The director of Stray Dogs and Rebels of the Neon God discusses his relationship with Lee Kang-sheng, the role of museums, and what's next

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