In competition at Cannes with HELI, Escalante speaks on filmmaking style, sex, death, Carlos Reygadas, painting and the image of illegal immigrants in the U.S.
Critics wrap the festival year with notes on SFIFF 2013 as Cannes sets the agenda for twelve months to come.
Martina Kudláček’s new film offers the bracing yet affable truth about Peter Kubelka.
On building a feminine film language.
The ‘thumbs up, thumbs down’ trademark became the gauge that millions looked to.
On embracing the beautiful ambiguity of adulthood with one of the most stunningly subtle finales in recent American cinema.
John Ford was to westerns what Alfred Hitchcock was to suspense films.
The daring showman championed wide-screen and new sound processes.
Reigning over Hollywood became an obsession. L.B. Mayer was the most powerful executive of the largest and most prestigious film studio for more than forty years.
Joe Don Baker, Gamera, Miles O’Keeffe, Torgo: if these names sound familiar or even related, you have Mystery Science Theater 3000 to blame.