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Festival

The New Wave of True Fiction: LA OLA and Independent Cinema from Spain

Reality and fiction converge in new Spanish independent cinema.
Column

Movie Poster of the Week: Claude Sautet on MUBI

A selection of posters for the four films by the great French writer-director currently playing on MUBI USA.
Interview

Grief, Trauma, and Horror: Ari Aster Discusses "Hereditary"

The director discusses his debut feature, treating serious subjects seriously, working with young actors in a horror film, and more.
Feature

Queering the Frame: Close-Up on "Casa Roshell"

A documentary-fiction hybrid about a Mexico City transvestite club is revolutionary in its demand for patience and respect for drag culture.
Feature

The Ghost Face

Hollywood loves the ghost face, the man with the chameleonic mask and boyish smile, the woman with the smooth cheeks and symmetrical gaze.
Column

Johanna St Michaels Introduces Her Film "The Inertia Variations"

"To me, Matt Johnson represents everyone in a way in this film: One man’s struggle to understand the brave new world of the 21st Century."
Interview

Son of France: TIFF Programmer Brad Deane on the Cinema of Gérard Blain

Discussing the importance of a years-in-the-making retrospective of the directorial work of Gérard Blain.
Column

Adrián Orr Introduces His Movie "Niñato"

"Niñato's way of life represents my generation; or, to put it another way, an ideal of how many people of our age choose to live."
News

Rushes. Lucrecia Martel Masterclass, Arthouse Programming in America, "Akira" Revisited

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

FILMADRID & MUBI: The Video Essay—"Solar Quadrant"

A video essay reflection on the gaze of the sun in cinema.
Video

FILMADRID & MUBI: The Video Essay—"Strange, What Love Does"

A video essay dialogue between two works of John Cassavetes and David Lynch, "Love Streams" and "Inland Empire."
Feature

The Woman's Work: Jane Fonda in the 70s

Jane Fonda's work in the 1970s proved her to be one of the most radical, controversial figures of the New Hollywood movement.