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Founded in 1962 and originally released as a quarterly, Film Comment features reviews and analysis of mainstream, art-house, and avant-garde filmmaking from around the world.

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November-December 2017

Hong Sangsoo takes Manhattan, Ruben Östlund’s The Square, Alain Gomis’s Félicité, Twin Peaks: The Return, report from Tehran on Iranian cinema post-Kiarostami, Jafar Panahi, campus film societies, John Frankenheimer’s Playhouse 90 episodes, I, Tonya, Call Me by Your Name

September-October 2017

Interview with Agnès Varda, Dee Rees’s Mudbound, Lucrecia Martel’s Zama, Robert Mitchum at 100, Joan Micklin Silver, immigrants on screen, Nikos Papatakis, George Romero in memoriam, Todd Haynes’s Wonderstruck, Frederick Wiseman’s Ex Libris: The New York Public Library

July-August 2017

The Safdie Brothers’ Good Time, interview with Robert Pattinson, Bong Joon Ho’s Okja, Cannes at 70 special, David Lowery’s A Ghost Story, Yvonne Rainer, the superhero phenomenon, Barbara Loden’s Wanda and Nathalie Léger’s book, Eliza Hittman’s Beach Rats, Andrzej Zulawski’s L’Important c’est d’aimer, Indian indies on Netflix, Jonathan Demme remembered

May-June 2017

Essays on Robert De Niro by Molly Haskell and Nick Pinkerton with an interview by Eric Hynes, meditations on musicals, Leslie Thornton, Bertrand Bonello’s Nocturama, Fassbinder’s Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day, Errol Morris interviews himself, Montreal independents, Angelo Badalamenti, Sean Byrne, Stéphane Brizé

March-April 2017

Albert Serra’s The Death of Louis XIV, Jean-Pierre Léaud interview, James Gray’s The Lost City of Z, Julia Ducournau’s Raw, Olivier Assayas’s Personal Shopper, text and image on screen, Obama-era comedies, grosses gloss, Lina Wertmüller interview, Sundance

January-February 2017

Martin Scorsese on Silence, the best of 2016, Radical Sundance, Raoul Peck’s I Am Not Your Negro, Annette Bening interviewed by Molly Haskell, the films of Steve Bannon, The Human Surge, Terrence Malick’s Voyage of Time, Marlen Khutsiev