It’s Chris Marker day at the Los Angeles Review of Books. Plus filmmaking lessons from Ken Loach, a Nabokov story, and more.
In advance of Easter Sunday, a tribute to the greatest version of the life of Jesus Christ ever filmed.
Sorting contemporary docs and the ancient past in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Unassuming surfaces mask cinematic audacity. A video essay reveals a Korean master Hong Sang-soo’s artistry.
Investigating one of the creepiest films of all time, with insights inspired by one of the world’s leading film scholars.
Fifty films essential to understanding Iranian cinema.
I USED TO BE DARKER filmmaker Matt Porterfield says, ‘Yes, I think the local has greater potential to be universal.’
A Polish filmmaker speaks to touchy issues regarding her new Berlinale-impressing film.
Pablo Larrain and the endless road of possibilities.
Midway through the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival, Keyframe’s critics talk personal favorites with one of Germany’s top film reviewers.