Godard, Cronenberg, Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Assayas, the Dardennes… Updated through 4/19.
New York’s springtime festival runs through April 27. Updated through 4/19.
‘It’s a beautiful thing to get your face blown off, aesthetically speaking:’ On seeing something new, confusing and resolutely alive at Crossroads 5.
Notions of ‘true’ and ‘false’ fall away as fiction and nonfiction filmmakers wrestle with reality.
News from Cannes, Udine, Durham, Philadelphia and London.
Jerry Lewis, Kim Novak and William Friedkin are among the guests introducing revival screenings. Updated through 4/17.
From charming to unnerving cinema, through true sadness and into genuine shock, I can honestly say that while the city is sleepy, Fribourg Film Festival is anything but.
Films by Vivian Qu, Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani, Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza, Anja Marquardt and Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard. Updated through 3/29.
Casanova and Dracula, a one-shot wonder, a boy and a man, plus messy jokes. Updated through 3/29.
New Directors/New Films adds four more films to its busy schedule. Updated through 4/7.
Five for the weekend. Updated through 3/29.
From Texas to Romania to Winchester University to Buenos Aires. Updated through 3/29.