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Interview: Bertrand Bonello

By Yonca Talu on May 1, 2015

Ready to wear: the director of Saint Laurent and House of Pleasures discusses the shape of scenes and the mad poetry of cinema

Film of the Week: Far From Men

By Jonathan Romney on Apr 30, 2015

I'm the stranger: David Oelhoffen’s expanded adaptation of a short story by Camus ends up being a little too self-conscious

Bombast: Pop-Pop-Pop-Popular

By Nick Pinkerton on Apr 30, 2015

What's underappreciated anymore, anyway? On narratives of taste in film and music

Deep Focus: Avengers: Age of Ultron

By Michael Sragow on Apr 29, 2015

Almost human: Joss Whedon's most recent addition to Marvel's franchise machine fails to have any emotional intelligence

Interview: George Armitage

By Nick Pinkerton on Apr 28, 2015

The director of Grosse Pointe Blank and Miami Blues reveals his journey from Peyton Place to working alongside Roger Corman at New World Pictures

Interview: Robert Redford

By Beverly Walker on Apr 24, 2015

Speaking directly: the star turned director discusses the evolution of his craft and career

Interview: Naji Abu Nowar

By Yonca Talu on Apr 24, 2015

The tyranny of distance: the director of WWI-era Theeb discusses Bedouin history, working with non-actors, and Caravaggio

Film of the Week: Iris

By Jonathan Romney on Apr 23, 2015

A woman for all seasons: Albert Maysles's final documentary knits together colorful swatches from a New York fashion maven's life

Deep Focus: Ex Machina

By Michael Sragow on Apr 22, 2015

Uncanny valley: Alex Garland's coolly perceptive debut tests artificial intelligence and the pleasure principle

Bombast: Decker

By Nick Pinkerton on Apr 21, 2015

Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington's guileful, green screen satire of cinephile culture and the endless pop culture grist mill

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