On the art of discovery in 2014’s New Directors / New Films series.
Munich’s indie exuberance charms amidst festivals catering to more mainstream tastes.
Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Eugene Hernandez podcasts live Cannes 2013 highlights.
The full list of winners.
Latin American cinema’s stories struggle against poisoned institutions to find normality at Cannes this year.
In competition at Cannes with HELI, Escalante speaks on filmmaking style, sex, death, Carlos Reygadas, painting and the image of illegal immigrants in the U.S.
The Competition opens with an unrelenting tale of “innocents drawn by chance into the inferno of narco killing.” Updated through 5/26.
Previewing Cannes—and a slew of other festivals. Plus, a batch of weekend reading.
James Gray, the Coens, Polanski, Jia Zhangke… And Sofia Coppola’s THE BLING RING will open Un Certain Regard. Updated through 4/26.
Amat Escalante’s creepy-crawly art-film bad time offers an audience-dividing lesson in the future of special effects.
Laugh, cry, learn something? The 2012 Academy Award nominations offer a chance to broaden your cinema horizon. Part three of a three-part series.