One critic’s personal poll.
Reframing KNIGHT OF CUPS, with inspiration from the cinematic poetry of the 1920s.
Women cry, men smash. Right?
The best sci-fi films of this century have tackled difficult themes while also telling stories that are rousing, unsettling, heartbreaking . . . and above all, human.
Revisiting a live event in which the maestro shared tricks of his very unique trade.
For all her sullen gazes, the face of ‘Antoniennui’ also really knew how to light up.
Barbara Loden’s ‘Wanda’ becomes, for all time, an axiom of cinema.
As seen in two of the great director’s most nuanced, purposeful protagonists.
There’s a poignant sense of presence—and absence—in Chantal Akerman’s final film.
Two directors with the ability to manifest our dream lives onscreen.