By Jasmine LiuSeeing is believing: a clinical approach to sound and spacial construction in Jonathan Glazer’s new film, The Zone of Interest, opens up important questions about the ethical implications of aesthetics
The Film Comment Podcast: Paul B. Preciado on Orlando, My Political Biography
Here and elsewhere: the philosopher-turned-filmmaker joins for a conversation about the making of his debut film, which explodes conventions of biography and nonfiction for a uniquely collective portrait of trans life
By Mark AschBig plans: Napoleon the latest from Ridley Scott, trailblazing auteur–turned–late-career journeyman, is an epic biopic of the war-mongering emperor that turns out to be a bit weirder than it initially seems
Earth and sky: the director and cinematographer behind the NYFF61 standout discuss their poetic, evocative portrait of a young woman whose story is inextricably linked to a sense of community and place
Through the lens: Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon explores an overlooked chapter of American history, and intervenes in film history itself, especially as it pertains to representations of Native peoples
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