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Foreplays #10: João César Monteiro's "Passeio com Johnny Guitar"

Unfolding a vast cinephiliac constellation around "Johnny Guitar", this short manages to travel a great distance in only 3 1/2 minutes.

Personal Camp: Close-Up on John Waters' "Serial Mom"

The surprisingly prescient 1994 cult classic is unexpectedly one of John Waters' most personal and autobiographical films.

Jorge Thielen Armand Introduces His Film "La Soledad"

"I returned to Venezuela in search of a memory, of a time that is forever gone but that refuses to be forgotten."

"The X-Files," Season 11, Episode 8 Recap: There Is No Getting Out Of This Town

What happens when the thing we know becomes the very instrument of our destruction, swallowing us and our spirit whole?

Review: The Way I See It—Hong Sang-soo’s "Claire’s Camera"

"Claire's Camera" stars Kim Min-hee and Isabelle Huppert as two characters caught in an imbroglio during the Cannes Film Festival.

Review: Heart of Glass—Jackie Chan's "Police Story"

One of the best-loved and most impressive action films by the most popular action star in the world has been restored and re-released.

Review: "Leaning into the Wind: Andy Goldsworthy"

Following "Rivers and Tides", Thomas Riedelsheimer has made a new documentary on British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy.

Rushes. André S. Labarthe, A24 Podcast, David Lynch Teaches Typing

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

The Uneasy Evolution of the "Death Wish" Series

For better or worse, the "Death Wish" franchise has advanced a controversial commentary on the nature of American culture and entertainment.

Why Read the Classics?: Ted Fendt Discusses "Classical Period"

Ted Fendt's unassuming style draws on a legacy of great non-directors, and in his second feature his erudition is matched by his characters.

Close-Up on Roberto Doveris's "Plants"

The gap between overt sexuality of teens and their secret apprehension about sex is central in this winsome, quietly satirical debut.

On The Corner of Lookout and Wonderland: A Profile of Penelope Spheeris in Present Day Los Angeles

When filmmaker Penelope Spheeris asks you to meet her at 10:00 AM on a random street corner in Laurel Canyon, you don't ask questions.