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News

Rushes. Liv Ullmann at the BFI, "INLAND EMPIRE" & "Smiley Face", Hitchcock Posters

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

Nicolas Cage: The Way of the Shaman

A freewheeling Hollywood maverick, Nicolas Cage seems to have been born a B-movie hero, a self-appointed priest of American mythology.
Column

Contemporary Chinese Cinema: A Blander Tomorrow

Ding Sheng’s remake of John Woo’s 1986 classic encapsulates much that’s wrong with contemporary mainstream cinema, both in China & abroad.
Feature

Close-Up: If It's Coming of Age, It Must Be "Dazed and Confused"

While the present "obviously sucks," as long as there's a bittersweet past to look back at & a road of possibilities ahead, life is alright.
Video

Video Essay. Clint Eastwood's House of Horrors

Whether directing or directed, the career of Clint Eastwood has been shaped by violence.
Column

Foreplays #9: Len Lye’s "N or NW"

The 1937 film commissioned from the New Zealander by the British General Post Office is an epistolary tale of amorous quarrels.
Review

Review: Clint Eastwood's "The 15:17 to Paris"

Making a film out of the raw material of average lives, three man play themselves acting out their part in thwarted 2015 terrorist attack.
Column

Movie Poster of the Week: The Films of Heinz Emigholz

A beautiful series of posters for an ongoing retrospective of “meticulous, meditative” architecture films.
Review

Review: Lost and Found—Raúl Ruiz's "Time Regained"

For Raúl Ruiz, the only way to convey Proust on screen was as a psychic swirl of half-remembered, half-forgotten fragments and impressions.
News

Rushes. Remembering Paul Clipson, Uma Thurman on "Kill Bill", Another Gaze

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

"House on Fire"—Tamil Nadu Cinema at Rotterdam 2018

The highlight of the film festival was a program of new and recent commercial films from south Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Feature

The Eye: Movement in Film

The first English translation of a 1969 article by "The Cloud-Capped Star" director Ritwik Ghatak about the use of movement in cinema.