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Restorations, Revelations and Debuts of 2014

Film history discovered and rediscovered on Blu-ray, DVD and digital formats.

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Ana Lily Amirpour Bends Genres with her Iran-set Vampire Western

November 22, 2014
GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT

Shot in California but set in Iran, A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT bridges horror movies and art cinema in lush black-and-white.

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Table Manners

November 22, 2014
YOU, THE LIVING

A video of dining experiences to forget with notes on filmmaking to remember.

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That’s not Art, that’s Smut!

November 21, 2014
BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR

Ten films that blur, straddle or eradicate the murky line between erotic drama and sexploitation.

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The Strange Innocence of THAT’S SEXPLOITATION!

November 21, 2014
THATS SEXPLOITATION

The quaintness of much vintage sexploitation is precisely its charm.

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Into the WILD

November 20, 2014

A shortlist of cinema’s best survivors.

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Josephine Decker’s Flashes of Brilliance

November 20, 2014

Reading the memorable moments in Josephine Decker’s promising new films.

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Film 101: Part Two

November 19, 2014
ONE WEEK

Silents become golden.

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Cinema for a Desert Island

November 18, 2014
HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR

Postwar cinema is littered with films in which characters’ existential struggles literally places them at sea. Here are a few of the best.

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Man, God and ‘Island Life’

November 18, 2014

The island setting’s tangible existentialism made it a key figure for the burgeoning art cinema movement of the early 1960s.

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Top 10 Docs

November 17, 2014 | One Comment
CITIZENFOUR

Early notes on the year’s top nonfiction films.

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Frederick Wiseman’s Top 4 Documentaries

November 16, 2014 | 2 Comments
NATIONAL GALLERY

Acclaimed documentarian Frederick Wiseman discusses his top four docs.

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ACTRESS and the Act of Being

November 16, 2014

Fond of putting his family members in front of the lens, documentarian Robert Greene widens his scope slightly with ACTRESS, an intimate and layered study of his neighbor, Brandy Burre.