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Column

Foreplays #11: Vera Chytilová’s "Ceiling"

The graduation film of the "Daisies" director is a poignant portrait of a Czech fashion model that counteracts the violence of the business.
Review

Review: A Sensitive Western—Chloé Zhao's "The Rider"

Avoiding nostalgia over the American western and forged from the lives of its actors, Chloé Zhao's film is an intimate and sensual triumph.
Column

The Best of Movie Poster of the Day: Part 18

The latest, belated, round-up of the most popular posters on the Movie Poster of the Day Tumblr.
Column

The Forgotten: Death Complex

A communist teacher imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp remembers her previous life, in a dazzling work by the late Juraj Herz.
News

Cannes 2018. Lineup

The 71st Cannes Film Festival has announced the lineup for the official selection.
Review

Review: To the Victims of Expectation—Lucrecia Martel's "Zama"

Alongside everything else that can be said about it, the film of Antonio Di Benedetto's 1956 novel is an extraordinary work of adaptation.
Feature

Limits and Liberties: Close-Up on "Kékszakállú"

Gastón Solnicki's film offers fleeting impressions of Argentinian teenagers nearing adulthood—and a high class on the verge of decadence.
News

Rushes. Cannes Film Festival Poster, Schrader/Cage, Katsuhiro Otomo's "Isle of Dogs"

This week’s essential news, articles, sounds, videos and more from the film world.
Feature

Amir Naderi: Forgotten Globetrotter of the Iranian New Wave

One of the great directors of the New Wave hasn't attained the same fame some of his countrymen did—perhaps because he left Iran too soon.
Interview

Esther Garrel on "Lover for a Day" and "Call Me By Your Name"

The wonderful actress Esther Garrel dropped by to talk to us about her experiences on Philippe Garrel and Luca Guadagnino's new films.
Feature

Douglas Sirk at Universal-International, Part 2: The Films

How a great director engaged with the aesthetics, talents and desires of a Hollywood studio to produce his best work.
Festival

The Pingyao International Film Festival: Dawn of New Era for Chinese Independent Cinema?

A new film festival founded by direction Jia Zhangke, has ambitions to introduce, present and promote independent cinema on Chinese turf.