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Best Films of 2014

By Film Comment on Jan 5, 2015

The kid's a winner: the year's best (released) films, as ranked by over 100 critics and contributors

Interview: Morten Tyldum

By Steven Mears on Jan 2, 2015

Freaks and geeks: the director of The Imitation Game and Headhunters discusses his passion for history and outsiders

Film of the Week: Leviathan

By Jonathan Romney on Dec 31, 2014

The lower depths: Andrey Zvyagintsev's intelligent, brilliantly acted film plunges into the intoxicating bleakness of the contemporary Russian soul

Deep Focus: The Interview

By Michael Sragow on Dec 30, 2014

Going rogue: Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's buddy comedy has all the potty-mouthed raunch you might expect—but who is its real star?

Deep Focus: Selma

By Michael Sragow on Dec 29, 2014

The more things change: Ava DuVernay offers a sometimes indirect portrait of Martin Luther King Jr. at a crucial moment

Interview: J.K. Simmons

By Emma Myers on Dec 26, 2014

The well-known character actor speaks about Whiplash and the difference between preparing characters for films versus TV

Bombast: The Black List

By Nick Pinkerton on Dec 23, 2014

Inside track or well-traveled rut? The highly marketable roster of unproduced screenplays known as The Black List gets a needed dose of skepticism

Romney’s 2014 Roundup

By Jonathan Romney on Dec 23, 2014

What just happened? A look back at the year's liveliest, politically challenging films—and a few that weren't

Interview: Roger Deakins

By Steven Mears on Dec 22, 2014

True grain: the cinematographer for Unbroken and regular collaborator with the Coen Brothers discusses embracing chance and not being afraid of the dark

Interview: J.C. Chandor

By Emma Myers on Dec 22, 2014

Survival instinct: the director of A Most Violent Year and All is Lost reveals why he's drawn to narratives about decision-making

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