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Review

Review. "Lady Bird"—Greta Gerwig's Rite of Passage

Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut takes the all too familiar coming-of-age teen drama and makes it uniquely wonderful and fresh.
Feature

Angela Schanelec's Marseilles Diary

The diary German director Angela Schanelec wrote when she visited the French city in preparation to make film "Marselle" (2004).
Column

Movie Poster of the Week: The Illustrated Hedy Lamarr

Subject of a new documentary, the world's most beautiful—and smartest—movie star, as seen in poster art.
Feature

Two In Tents: Akihiko Shiota's "Wet Woman in the Wind"

The first entry in Nikkatsu's Roman Porno Reboot project rekindles the mojo of director Akihiko Shiota.
News

Rushes. Abel Ferrara's "Siberia", Two New Restorations, "Solaris" Concept Art

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

Life Is Elsewhere: Close-Up on "That Most Important Thing: Love"

How Polish Andrzej Żuławski departed from his visual sensibility to make a film in France that would become a turning point in his career.
Feature

The Tree of Life: On Darren Aronofsky’s "The Fountain", A Decade Later

Looking back on a film that exhibits both a personal artistic statement and a polaroid of an artist in becoming.
Feature

When Whimsy Works

How two films by Hungarian director Ildikó Enyedi—"My 20th Century" and "On Body and Soul"—use playfulness to examine human connection.
Column

Movie Poster of the Week: The American Film Theatre

Poster and program art for a renowned series of filmed plays currently being resurrected on screen.
Festival

Jay Rosenblatt at DOK Leipzig: Your Dreams Have Already Been Filmed

Finding the personal, surreal and volatile strength of the films of San Francisco-based found footage filmmaker Jay Rosenblatt.
Interview

"There are Miracles": A Conversation with Hong Sang-soo

The director discusses the happy accidents that led him to filmmaking, his avoidance of beautiful images, and the search for grace.
Festival

Claude Lanzmann's "The Four Sisters"

Claude Lanzmann has taken interviews not used in "Shoah" to make four frequently jaw-dropping stories of women who survived the Holocaust.