Chris Marker's  San Soleil

Chris Marker's San Soleil

Articles

Chris Marker, Posthumously: All Bets Are Off
by Adrian Martin

Chris Marker's Film Criticism
by Jean-Michel Frodon

“Look at Me When I’m Talking to You”: Laura Ziskin’s Reboot of the Female Producer (Preview)
by J. E. Smyth

Fritz Lang’s Silent Cinema: Far-Flung Geographies, Omniscient Masterminds, and the Laws of Life and Death
by David Sterritt

 Abbas Kiarostami's  24 Frames

Abbas Kiarostami's 24 Frames

Film Reviews

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Reviewed by Jonathan Murray

Phantom Thread  (Preview)
Reviewed by Richard Porton

Loveless
Reviewed by Robert Koehler

Zama
Reviewed by Giovanni Marchini Camia

24 Frames
Reviewed by Aaron Cutler

 Agnès Varda and JR's  Faces Places

Agnès Varda and JR's Faces Places

Blu-ray and DVD Reviews

Tom Jones (Preview)
Reviewed by David Neary

Young Mr. Lincoln
Reviewed by J. E. Smyth

Elevator to the Gallows
Reviewed by Jonathan Kirshner

Women in Love
Reviewed by Christopher Sharrett

Faces Places
Reviewed by Joan M. West

Staff Recommendations: The Age of Innocence, Blue Collar, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, Letter from an Unknown Woman, and Sunstroke
Reviewed by Cineaste Editors

Night of the Living Dead (Web Exclusive)
Reviewed by Christopher Sharrett

The Old Dark House (Web Exclusive)
Reviewed by Robert Cashill

The Lion in Winter (Web Exclusive)
Reviewed by J. E. Smyth

While the City Sleeps and Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (Web Exclusive)
Reviewed by Darragh O’Donoghue

Harper and The Drowning Pool (Web Exclusive)
Reviewed by Jonathan Murray

 

 Lucretia Martel

Lucretia Martel

Interviews

Hungering and Thirsting for Righteousness: An Interview with Paul Schrader
by Sean Nam

A Most Uncommon Love Story: An Interview with Emmanuel Finkiel
by Stuart Liebman

It’s Not Literary Adaptation… It’s Literary Infection: An Interview with Lucrecia Martel
by Giovanni Marchini Camia

Once There Was Brasilia: An Interview with Adirley Queirós (Web Exclusive)
by Ela Bittencourt

  Frankenstein: The First Two Hundred Years

Frankenstein: The First Two Hundred Years

Book Reviews

For the Love of Cinema: Teaching Our Passion In and Outside the Classroom
Reviewed by Jonathan Rosenbaum

Frankenstein: The First Two Hundred Years
Reviewed by Robert Cashill

Lewd Looks: American Sexploitation Cinema in the 1960s
Reviewed by Justine Smith

Howard Hawks: New Perspectives
Reviewed by Christopher Small

Exception Taken: How France Has Defied Hollywood’s New World Order
Reviewed by Marcelline Block

Kelly Reichardt
Reviewed by Kristi McKim

Wayne and Ford: The Films, the Friendship, and the Forging of an American Hero
Reviewed by Brian Neve

Flare Out: Aesthetics 1966–2016
Reviewed by John Conomos

 

 

 

 


 

 Pérez Solano's  La Negrada

Pérez Solano's La Negrada

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The Guadalajara International Film Festival (Web Exclusive)
by Dennis West

The Küstendorf International Film and Music Festival (Web Exclusive)
by Andrew Horton

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