Article Archive for November 2012
“It is overblown and unwieldy and has more than its share of misfires. It also has moments of absolute perfection that will have a universal and timeless resonance.” Updated through 12/26.
Names in the news: Tarantino, Nolan, Loach, Forman, Lynch, Lanzmann, Ghobadi, and many more.
Even as the week-long series in New York celebrates the Romanian New Wave, an “emergency ordinance” sets off alarms. Updated through 12/2.
Unfurling like a scroll, Kôji Wakamatsu’s radicals-in-flames epic UNITED RED ARMY allows us to see what got lost along the way. By Michael Sicinski
Seven titles have been selected for the Hivos Tiger Awards Competition 2013. Updated through 12/2.
The U.S. and World Dramatic and Documentary Competitions are set. So, too, is the the out-of-competition NEXT section.
20 critics on Tony Scott, plus fresh film journals, DVD/Blu-ray releases, project in the works, and more.
Amsterdam lights up with a world of forward-thinking documentaries.
“The movie stands as an engaging tussle with the question of what is permissible with the excuse of art.” Updated through 12/2.
Perhaps the biggest surprise is the number of nominations for Ava DuVernay’s MIDDLE OF NOWHERE.