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Column

The Best Movie Posters of 2017

Our movie poster columnist unveils his favorite designs of the year.
Column

The Forgotten: James Whale's "Hello Out There" (1949)

James Whale's last film is a haunting one-act play set in an expressionist jail cell.
Feature

A Cold Take on the French Film Industry: Close-Up on "Irma Vep"

Often seen as a satire on the film industry, Olivier Assayas & Maggie Cheung's film is elusive and mirrors its story of unstable identities.
Feature

“Who talks of realism here?”: Seijun Suzuki’s Taisho Trilogy

The unpredictable Japanese director brings his characteristic style of surrealism to three tales from Japan's early 20th century.
Feature

In and Of the World: The Textures of Michael’s Mann’s "Heat"

Michael Mann's modern crime masterpiece is a visceral rendering of a city, its people, and the textures that bond and extricate the two.
Column

Contemporary Chinese Cinema: The Year So Far

Presenting a new column devoted to exploring contemporary Chinese-language cinema playing at our local North American multiplexes.
Column

Movie Poster of the Week: Mondo’s “Irma Vep”

This brand new poster from Mondo and Sam Smith could be yours.
Interview

Changing the Social Contract: Ruben Östlund Discusses "The Square"

The Swedish director of the Palme d'Or-winner talks about his creative process, sociological curiosities, and primate preoccupations.
Feature

Money Games: Close-Up on Raoul Peck's "Fatal Assistance" and "Murder in Pacot"

A feature and documentary explore the complexities of the international recovery efforts to help Haiti after its tremendous 2010 earthquake.
News

Sundance 2018. Lineup

The 2018 Sundance Film Festival has announced the lineup for its feature films.
Column

The Forgotten: Sidney J. Furie's "During One Night" (1961)

Sidney J. Furie's early work, "During One Night", is a surprisingly mature drama of war and sexual anxiety.
Review

Review. "Lady Bird"—Greta Gerwig's Rite of Passage

Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut takes the all too familiar coming-of-age teen drama and makes it uniquely wonderful and fresh.