Article Archive for August 2011
Yes, a movie can be so much better in 3D.
This unbelievably candid documentary of Chinese policemen goes far and beyond “Cops.”
A delicate investigation of dubious traditions found in the oldest Mardi Gras in the United States.
Jia Zhangke explores a world of memories in his rich film “24 City.”
new series on Keyframe in which film experts, celebrities and other special guests will make their own personal recommendations of films available on Fandor.
What would the world have to be like for this wonderful little movie to gross hundreds of millions of dollars?
Two movies about terminal relationships are put to the visual test.
A video essay on one of Roger Ebert’s best films of last year.
Denis talks about the most pivotal and memorable scene in her film “35 Shots of Rum.”
Agnés Varda is a charming raconteur of her own life
The images in José Luis Guerín’s “In The City of Sylvia” transfix us in the middle of a panoramic love story of incredible beauty – but the object of this romance may not be what you assume.
Christian Petzold’s thrillers mix clinical realism with the surreal.