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The Golden Age of Explosives and Mud-Wrestling

September 28, 2010 | One Comment

Why Luis Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or is still dropping truth bombs on the times we live in.

Black Swans in a Sea of Movies: Standouts at the Toronto International Film Festival

September 27, 2010

The Toronto International Film Festival is far too sprawling and diverse to cover comprehensively, but here are a few highlights.

The Lure of Crime: Feuillade’s FANTOMAS films

September 17, 2010 | 3 Comments

Wildly popular in its time, this landmark action serial was reduced to mid-century obscurity – and is now available online.

First Person: Out of Your Dreams, Into My Head: Tarkovsky’s THE MIRROR

September 15, 2010

Why Andrei Tarkovsky’s The Mirror is the pinnacle of dream movies.

Collective Memory, Shifting Moods: Tarkovsky’s THE MIRROR

September 14, 2010

Long before Inception, Andrei Tarkovsky explored cinema’s dream-like power to blend fantasy and reality.

Revisiting a Post-Revolution Reality: FIDEL!

September 7, 2010

Saul Landau’s Fidel! is a vivid snapshot of 1971 Cuba, giving equal time to exiles, prisoners, patriots and El Presidente himself.