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Daily | Marker, Ozu, and Bordwell on the 1940′s

March 28, 2013
Fargo

It’s Chris Marker day at the Los Angeles Review of Books. Plus filmmaking lessons from Ken Loach, a Nabokov story, and more.

Video: The Gospel Faces of Pier Paolo Pasolini

March 27, 2013 | One Comment

In advance of Easter Sunday, a tribute to the greatest version of the life of Jesus Christ ever filmed.

On Topic at the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

March 26, 2013

Sorting contemporary docs and the ancient past in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Video: Between the Lines in THE DAY HE ARRIVES

March 21, 2013

Unassuming surfaces mask cinematic audacity. A video essay reveals a Korean master Hong Sang-soo’s artistry.

Video: How Carl Dreyer Created a ‘Cinematic Uncanny’

March 19, 2013 | 2 Comments

Investigating one of the creepiest films of all time, with insights inspired by one of the world’s leading film scholars.

The Iranian Film 50

March 1, 2013 | 9 Comments
ABOUT ELLY

Fifty films essential to understanding Iranian cinema.

On the Power of Provincialism

February 25, 2013
HAMILTON

I USED TO BE DARKER filmmaker Matt Porterfield says, ‘Yes, I think the local has greater potential to be universal.’

Talking Teddy-Winning IN THE NAME OF…

February 17, 2013
IN THE NAME OF...

A Polish filmmaker speaks to touchy issues regarding her new Berlinale-impressing film.

The Art of Filmmaking: Pablo Larrain

February 15, 2013
POST MORTEM

Pablo Larrain and the endless road of possibilities.

Video: The Best of Berlinale 2013

February 13, 2013
VIC AND FLO SAW A BEAR

Midway through the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival, Keyframe’s critics talk personal favorites with one of Germany’s top film reviewers.

Curious Classics: The Taviani Brothers

February 13, 2013
UNDER THE SIGN OF SCORPIO

CAESAR MUST DIE, the latest in an unpredictable, idiosyncratic oeuvre finds the prolific, self-abnegating Tavianis on point.

Love’s Story: Abbas Kiarostami’s SHIRIN

February 11, 2013
ROMEO AND JULIET

When it comes to love, dreaming holds universal appeal.