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Release Me! THE FOOL

July 5, 2015

‘I have to confess that I make films about the masses, that the masses, as a rule, don’t watch.’

Auteur Hour: Kent Jones on HITCHCOCK/TRUFFAUT

July 4, 2015

Critics, directors and the making of monumental, mysterious, dreamlike images.

Hoop Dreams: The Real Thing

July 3, 2015

There’s a reason Roger Ebert called it “the great American documentary.”

Blow-Up: JURASSIC WORLD & the Billionaire Club

July 1, 2015

Numerical landmarks don’t say as much about art as they once did. So what?

One More Saturday Night

July 1, 2015

Les Blank’s long-shelved, much-awaited A POEM IS A NAKED PERSON gets its day in theaters.

TANGERINE and the Cinema of Sean Baker

June 27, 2015

Sean Baker’s generous cinema maps human geography.

A Guide to Underground Queer Cinema

June 27, 2015 | One Comment

1919 to 2015: a graphic guide, from the Kinsey Report to the Supreme Court.

Elastic Love

June 26, 2015

A valley obscured by clouds in Sidney J. Furie’s THE LEATHER BOYS.

After Langlois

June 25, 2015

The enduring legacy of the co-founder of the Cinémathèque Française.

Blow-Up: Agitprop and the Docu Moment

June 24, 2015

When truth needs to be told, evidence matters.

The Anatomy of a ‘Safe’ Film: THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY

June 21, 2015 | One Comment

On the difference between true vision and calculated self-awareness.

A Love Story for the 21st Century

June 19, 2015

This sweeping romance by Quebecois filmmaker Xavier Dolan will seem completely familiar to you and yet still completely fresh.