When it was announced Arnaud Desplechin's next feature Spectateurs! (titled the less-appealing Filmlovers! in English) would be a) a docu-fiction hybrid; b) about cinema and, in particular moviegoing; ...
It's opportune timing for a 4K restoration of Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence, the only anime feature to debut in competition at the Cannes Film Festival. The 20 years since that premiere have been ...
The Cannes crush can be so unforgiving. This year's case in point: Misericordia has premiered to relatively little notice ...
The tragic predicament of the Palestinians and what they’re now being subjected to begs to be analyzed and dissected, with various areas of dubious historical consensus put to new scrutiny; in Mahdi ...
The best festivals point to the future, capture the zeitgeist, or honor the past. At Locarno in 2015, you could have had all ...
Paul Newman went to the Venice Film Festival for the Italian premiere of Martin Ritt’s Hud, a few months following its U.S.
While Jim Jarmusch kicked off Cannes five years ago with his last feature, The Dead Don't Die, the filmmaker is now revealing ...
Premiering way back some 27 months ago at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival, we've been curious what happened to Tig Notaro and ...
After his epic undertaking of rethinking Irma Vep for a new generation, Olivier Assayas premiered the small-scale Suspended ...
Jia Zhangke's is often a cinema of déjà vu: "We’re again in the northern Chinese city of Datong," Giovanni Marchini Camia wrote for Sight and Sound back in 2019, "it’s again the start of the new ...
Launched last year by Wes Anderson's producing partners at Indian Paintbrush, GALERIE has emerged as a well-curated film club ...
How is a child’s life different from that of adults today? What is it like growing up around stimuli, in a world that is always-online, and with varying degrees of supervision? Is complete ...