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The Lost Cinema of Frank Perry

He made some of the most unforgettable movies of the American New Wave. So why doesn’t anyone remember them?

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Double INSOMNIA

August 28, 2015
DOUBLE INSOMNIA

A side-by-side analysis of two versions of INSOMNIA highlight differences in European vs. American approaches to cinema.

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Scene of the Crime: INSOMNIA

August 28, 2015
INSOMNIA

The best ‘Insomnia’ will probably always be Erik Skjoldbjærg’s original.

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The Short-Form Film Moment

August 27, 2015

As the feature loosens its grip, filmmakers find new opportunities in shorts.

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Hotspots: The Eastern European New Wave

August 27, 2015
THE LAST TRICK

A flowering of creativity after the ‘thaw.’

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A Season in Hell

August 26, 2015

Ramping up visual and auditory intoxication to match a growing fever.

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Fact, Fiction and MICHEL HOUELLEBECQ

August 25, 2015

Guillaume Nicloux, director of THE KIDNAPPING OF MICHEL HOUELLEBECQ, talks provocation.

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Lives Fall Apart: Alex Ross Perry

August 24, 2015

‘The actors are liberated to have nothing in between their impulses and the camera,’ says the writer-director of QUEEN OF EARTH.

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All About Gregory

August 23, 2015

Of Gregory Ratoff, THE CORSICAN BROTHERS, BLACK MAGIC and Orson Welles.

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Takashi Miike on How to See Happiness

August 22, 2015

‘Once I start the film, I am on fire,’ says Japan’s gonzo gun-for-hire.

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Takashi Miike Mutilates Sacred Cows

August 21, 2015

Family fun gets delirious in THE HAPPINESS OF THE KATAKURIS.

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Hotspots: Hong Kong’s New Wave

August 20, 2015

Relishing Wong Kar-wai’s first masterpiece, DAYS OF BEING WILD.

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Understanding Asghar Farhadi

August 19, 2015

An Iranian Canadian critic engages with Farhadi’s films and her own roots.