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Table Manners

November 22, 2014
YOU, THE LIVING

A video of dining experiences to forget with notes on filmmaking to remember.

New Directors Takes on Truly New Voices

March 18, 2014
TO KILL A MAN

On the art of discovery in 2014’s New Directors / New Films series.

Filmfest Munich: Declarations of Independence

July 4, 2013 | One Comment
LOVE STEAKS

Munich’s indie exuberance charms amidst festivals catering to more mainstream tastes.

Daily Buzz at Cannes

May 31, 2013
NIGEL SMITH, ERIC KOHN, BRIAN BROOKS, JADA YUAN

Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Eugene Hernandez podcasts live Cannes 2013 highlights.

Daily | Cannes 2013 | BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR Wins the Palme d’Or

May 26, 2013
Blue Is the Warmest Color

The full list of winners.

Cannes 2013’s Latin America

May 26, 2013
Wakolda

Latin American cinema’s stories struggle against poisoned institutions to find normality at Cannes this year.

Amat Escalante, post-BASTARDOS

May 16, 2013
Heli

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.

Daily | Cannes 2013 | Amat Escalante’s HELI

May 16, 2013
Heli

The Competition opens with an unrelenting tale of “innocents drawn by chance into the inferno of narco killing.” Updated through 5/26.

Daily | Anticipating, Reading, Viewing

May 10, 2013
A Touch of Sin

Previewing Cannes—and a slew of other festivals. Plus, a batch of weekend reading.

Daily | Cannes 2013 Lineup

April 18, 2013
The Immigrant

James Gray, the Coens, Polanski, Jia Zhangke… And Sofia Coppola’s THE BLING RING will open Un Certain Regard. Updated through 4/26.

Scenes: LOS BASTARDOS

March 6, 2012
LOS BASTARDOS

Amat Escalante’s creepy-crawly art-film bad time offers an audience-dividing lesson in the future of special effects.

The Envelope, Please: Oscar Primer Three

February 17, 2012
MARGIN CALL

Laugh, cry, learn something? The 2012 Academy Award nominations offer a chance to broaden your cinema horizon. Part three of a three-part series.