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Video

Video Sundays: Jenni Olson’s “Blue Diary”

A weekly column for recommended videos, beginning with Jenni Olson’s melancholy short film “Blue Diary.”
Column

Exclusive Movie Poster of the Week: Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s “Asako I & II”

A brand new poster by Sam Smith for the new film from the director of “Happy Hour.”
Column

Contemporary Chinese Cinema: Shiny Fighting People Holding Swords

An overview of the Ip Man series and a review of the latest, “Master Z: Ip Man Legacy,” starring Zhang Jin and directed by Yuen Woo-ping.
Feature

Out of the Rabbit Hole: Close-Up on “Fugue”

Agnieszka Smoczyńska’s sophomore feature offers a desaturated, uncanny view on the creation of female identity.
Column

The Forgotten: Gold is Where You Don’t Find It

A film noir disguised as a western, a western embedded in a modern murder mystery, the last film of S. Sylvan Simon.
Feature

The Ferocious Brilliance of Nelly Kaplan

The French director of “A Very Curious Girl” and other vitriolic comedies is the subject of a new retrospective at New York’s Quad Cinema.
News

Rushes: De Palma and Beyoncé Trailers, Ruiz Rediscovered, Algorithmic Remastering

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

Věra Chytilová’s Last Laugh

Tracing the consistency of the pioneering female filmmaker’s output and its distinct periods.
Interview

A Filmmaker’s Joy: An Interview with Agnès Varda

In an interview by “Fireflies” magazine, Agnès Varda discusses her first film, her movies’ politics, women’s rights, and personal cinema.
Feature

Reframing Iranian Cinema

The co-curator of an Iranian cinema season at the Barbican in London introduces a different way of speaking about the country’s films.
Feature

New Kinds of Heroism: King Hu’s “The Fate of Lee Khan” Restored

With its bevy of female stars, action choreographed by Sammo Hung, and classic inn setting, this 1973 classic is prime for rediscovery.
Review

Review: “Amazing Grace,” Through Many Dangers, Toils and Snares

Shot 47 years ago, recently completed, and now finally released: a document of Aretha Franklin’s tremendous 1972 gospel performance.