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Rushes. Inside the "The Tree of Life", Maya Rudolph, Paul Verhoeven's Razzie

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

Video Essay. How to Listen to Film Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto

A new video explores the movie soundtracks of the great Japanese composer, including "The Last Emperor" and "The Revenant."

Alberto Cavalcanti: Post-War Fictions

After working in the avant-garde and British documentaries, the director turned to a realist style to make films like "Went the Day Well?"

Toronto: Top Picks & Coverage Roundup

A listing of our coverage of the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), including interviews and favorite films.

Toronto: Three TIFF Highlights

Mike Leigh's "Peterloo" goes full agit-prop, "Styx" is one of TIFF's best, and "The Crossing" is a story of the Hong Kong/mainland border.

Tacita Dean Challenges Art Genres in Three Simultaneous Exhibitions

Exploring British artist Tacita Dean's London trio of exhibition dedicated to three art genres, "Still Life," "Portait" and "Landscape".

Toronto: Correspondences #11 – The World and Its Image

Our festival coverage concludes with Alfonso Cuarón's monumental "Roma" & Roberto Minervini's "What You Gonna Do When the World's on Fire?".

Toronto: Correspondences #10 — Power Plays, Shadowplay

Amma Asante directs a Third Reich-set love story with "Where Hands Touch," and Zhang Yimou interrogates a puppet government in "Shadow".

Toronto: Hong Sang-soo Gets More Serious with "Hotel by the River"

Two groups gather at a hotel by the Han River in a film more straight-ahead, sentimental, and serious film than most by the Korean master.

Venice: Rick Alverson's "The Mountain" is a Surreally Bleak Americana

Possibly his bleakest feature to date, Rick Alverson’s "The Mountain" is a surreally stunning portrait of a lobotomized country.

Bastions of Love: A Conversation with Caroline Poggi and Jonathan Vinel

After several acclaimed shorts, the French directors make a feature debut about a gang founded on the rehabilitating power of platonic love.

Toronto: Correspondences #9 – Stories of Ease, Screens of Chaos

Mia Hansen-Løve follows a war journalist to Goa in "Maya", soldiers comically dodge duty in "aKasha," and Karissa Hahn's laptop sucks us in.