In Europe, and in Asia, noir took new turns in the hands of Rainer Warner Fassbinder and Seijun Suzuki, who created surreal cinematic funhouses that continue to dazzle and surprise.
Sophie Hyde has created a film that recognizes, right down to its very bones, that gender transition is both a gradual and a monumental process.
The early cinema of Visconti reveals the bold brilliance of this odd man out—a wealthy Marxist and upper-class aesthete nestled within the group of partisan rebels who defined the Italian neorealist movement.
The strange pleasures of I MARRIED A WITCH and THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER.
What could possibly connect the dots between early seventies softcore sexploitation, mid-seventies blaxploitation and late-seventies giallo horror?
The groundbreaking epic’s second section appreciates—and explodes—Bollywood cinema itself.
Come for the revenge, stay for the tangents. GANGS OF WASSEYPUR mixes Sergio Leone, Tarantino touches into volatile epic.
Taking a cinematic travelogue through a century’s broad social realignments.
With a 2015 lineup as strong as any they’ve assembled in recent memory.
Comedy, deconstructed: Rick Alverson’s ENTERTAINMENT, now at SXSW, follows THE COMEDY in breaking down the laugh track.