Film of the Week: “I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians”

Memory loss: densely allusive, Radu Jude's latest contends with the ways in which recreating the past can obscure history's meaning
Read Jonathan Romney’s review

Cinema With a Roof Over its Head

In this 1999 essay, Kent Jones makes a case for Hou Hsiao-hsien's “difficult” films of the ’90s
Read Kent Jones's Essay

The Film Comment Podcast: New Releases 2

Seeing red: guests Emily Yoshida and Devika Girish discuss The Farewell, Rojo, Ray & Liz, and The Art of Self-Defense
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Interview: Gu Xiaogang

The first-time filmmaker’s Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains has a wide scope, yet feels minutely observed
Read Eric Hynes's Interview