‘The press wanted to know: What exactly is Herzog doing in the South American jungle?’
Youssef Chahine’s scathing look at societal breakdown in Egypt feels more prescient than ever.
A scattershot filmography doesn’t tell the whole story of Curtis Harrington’s thoughtful life and studied aesthetic.
Mysterious women, voodoo entities, wanderings, dreams, pursuits: Curtis Harrington was master of his own magic act.
How the lyrical, hand-held, verité-styled approach of TCHOUPITOULAS captures a mood and a moment.
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.
The Greek documentary film fest takes on the gender divide.
And it’s no business of ours to ask this GREY GARDENS-style figure wherefore and why.
Going for broke in the making of GRAVITY WAS EVERYWHERE BACK THEN.
A taste of what it’s like to study film in one of the top art schools in the world.
Gestures: Obstinately naturalistic, Romanian New Wave film AURORA finds love annulled and paperwork blossoming.
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.