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Feature

(Don’t) Journey to the West: Shaw Brothers Horror at the Metrograph

A retrospective of films by the Shaw Brothers studio displays an electric undercurrent of the cheap, the weird and the flat-out disgusting.
Feature

Close-Up on Joaquin Cociña and Cristóbal León's "The Wolf House"

The debut feature by the Chilean directors is an imaginative and adult stop-motion animation that creates a world entirely of its own.
Feature

The Man Who Kept Yugoslav Independent Cinema Going

A retrospective at the MoMA offers a rare glimpse into the manifold art of the half-Slovenian, half-Macedonian image-maker, Karpo Godina.
Feature

Outside Looking In: The Films of Claude Chabrol

Uncovering Claude Chabrol's formal play with the idea of the periphery, and its relationship to his critique of the complacent middle class.
News

Rushes. New Trailers, Viggo Reads Camus, Re-Examining "Blackhat"

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

NYFF: Julian Schnabel's "At Eternity's Gate"

Julian Schnabel's film about Vincent van Gogh falls into the mold of similar but superior films about the painter by Minnelli and Pialat.
Interview

Clashing Forces: Jiang Wen Discusses "Hidden Man"

The actor-director talks about his relationship to Beijing, his love of clashing tones, critics' ignorance, and the reception of his films.
Feature

Novel Perspectives: Experiences in Virtual Realities

Looking for the state—and the true potential—of virtual reality at a pavilion dedicated to the art at the Venice Film Festival.
Interview

Brutal Finality: Panos Cosmatos Discusses "Mandy"

The director talks about Nicolas Cage's sensitive side, creating his film's visceral experiences, and dealing with personal loss.
Feature

Foreplays #15: Víctor Erice's "La Morte Rouge"

What impact on your life does the first film you see have? In an intimate and personal short film, Víctor Erice explores his own encounter.
Festival

NYFF: Mark Bozek's "The Times of Bill Cunningham"

Like a Japanese rock garden, Mark Bozak's "The Times of Bill Cunningham" wisely and beautifully condenses itself to the bare essentials.
Column

Movie Poster of the Week: The Posters of the 6th New York Film Festival

As the 2018 NYFF comes to a close, a look back at the films, and the posters for the films, that made up the 1968 edition.