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FITZCARRALDO: Uphill Battles

April 15, 2014 | One Comment
FITZCARRALDO

‘The press wanted to know: What exactly is Herzog doing in the South American jungle?’

Another Stop at CAIRO STATION

April 7, 2014

Youssef Chahine’s scathing look at societal breakdown in Egypt feels more prescient than ever.

Curtis Harrington, Restored

April 5, 2014
CURTIS HARRINGTON

A scattershot filmography doesn’t tell the whole story of Curtis Harrington’s thoughtful life and studied aesthetic.

Curtis Harrington, Magician

April 4, 2014
NIGHT TIDE

Mysterious women, voodoo entities, wanderings, dreams, pursuits: Curtis Harrington was master of his own magic act.

New Orleans by Night

April 3, 2014
TCHOUPITOULAS

How the lyrical, hand-held, verité-styled approach of TCHOUPITOULAS captures a mood and a moment.

British Horror, After the Hammer Fell

April 1, 2014
SCHIZO

Enterprising, prolific and notorious, Pete Walker and Norman J. Warren departed from Hammer’s penchant for period Gothic terror in favor of modern-day settings with ramped-up doses of sex and violence.

Women’s Work at the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

March 30, 2014
KISMET

The Greek documentary film fest takes on the gender divide.

Vivian Maier: The Spy Who Stayed Out in the Cold

March 28, 2014

And it’s no business of ours to ask this GREY GARDENS-style figure wherefore and why.

Brent Green: Construct Your Own Story

March 28, 2014
GRAVITY WAS EVERYWHERE BACK THEN

Going for broke in the making of GRAVITY WAS EVERYWHERE BACK THEN.

Filmmaking Lessons from Maya Deren

March 27, 2014
AT LAND

A taste of what it’s like to study film in one of the top art schools in the world.

Bureaucracy and Other Horrors

March 26, 2014
AURORA

Gestures: Obstinately naturalistic, Romanian New Wave film AURORA finds love annulled and paperwork blossoming.

The Occupied Soul of Ukraine

March 24, 2014
MY JOY

If there was ever a film that might metaphorically express the current political situation on the ground in Ukraine, Loznitsa’s narrative feature debut, MY JOY, might be it.