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Interview

Postcards from the Edge: An Interview with Jesse McLean

The Milwaukee-based filmmaker discusses her practice, teaching film students, and her latest movie, "Wherever You Go, There We Are".
Column

The Forgotten: Jan Lenica's "Labyrinth" (1963)

A flying man fights for survival in the urban jungle of Jan Lenica's animated short "Labyrinth".
News

Rushes. Greta Gerwig, Algorithmically Created Videos, Paul Thomas Anderson

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

The Very Eye of Night: Carole Roussopoulos

In a new column on the work of non-binary and female avant-garde artists, a look at Carole Roussopoulos's fearless video social work.
Video

Video Essay. Psycho Tom

Connecting Norman Bates and Mark Lewis, the voyeuristic killers of Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" and Michael Powell's "Peeping Tom".
Review

Review: Forever Killing—Takashi Miike's "Blade of the Immortal"

The Japanese maverick vigorously adapts Hiroaki Samura's manga about an swordsman beset by immortality. The result: a bloodbath.
Column

Movie Poster of the Week: The Top 10 Favorite Posters of Nathan Gelgud

The man who draws entire oeuvres on tote bags selects his favorite illustrated movie posters.
Feature

Made in England: Three Classics by Powell and Pressburger

Exploring "The Small Back Room", "The Tales of Hoffmann", and "Peeping Tom"—a trio of singular visions by Britain's most imaginative rogues.
Column

The Current Debate: An Auteur Misfires in "The Killing of a Sacred Deer"

Yorgos Lanthimos’ follow-up to "The Lobster" struggles under the weight of its influences.
Interview

Paying Attention: Antoine Bourges Discusses "Fail to Appear"

Talking to the Toronto-based director about working with non-actors, seeing people through institutions, and noticing the everyday.
News

Rushes. Paul Thomas Anderson's "Phantom Thread", Kodi's Piracy, Ozu's Essays

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

Sin Cities and Sex Swamps

Two obscure exploitation sex thrillers restored by Nicholas Winding Refn offer baffling glimpses of some alien world of counter-cinema.