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

Review: Scott Bound—Ridley Scott’s "All the Money in the World"

Ridley Scott phones it in. Where is Tony when you need him?

"Star Wars" Dialogue: III. Art and Technology

The dialogue on "Star Wars" continues with a discussion over the role of technology in the art of cinema.

"Star Wars" Dialogue: II. Avant-Garde vs. Classical

The dialogue on "Star Wars" continues with a discussion over if (and how) George Lucas's films can be considered avant-garde or classical.

Review: Vertigo Remade: Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson & Galen Johnson's "The Green Fog"

Guy Maddin, Galen Johnson & Evan Johnson remake "Vertigo" using found footage from San Francisco-set movies, with amusing, strange results.

"Star Wars" Dialogue: I. "A Long Time Ago"

The start of a 5-part dialogue between critics and filmmakers about George Lucas's first six films in the "Star Wars" franchise.

Jerry Lewis – Satirical Impressions in Pantomimicry

Following the breadcrumbs from Jerry Lewis' first gig in show business—miming to records—through to some of his most famous routines.

Review: Kafka on a Train—Jaume Collet-Serra’s "The Commuter"

Director Jaume Collett-Serra's films look like regular movies—but they are not.

"The X-Files," Season 11, Episode 2 Recap: What World Are You Living In?

Life has a way of interrupting Mulder and Scully, especially these days, when their righteous indignation is that much more pronounced.

Strange Things Still Happen In This World: Close-Up on Julian Radlmaier's "Self-Criticism of a Bourgeois Dog"

A Brechtian grapple in which characters learn the praxis of getting by.

Let’s Not Use the Word "Metaphor": A Conversation with Blake Williams

One of the preeminent 3D filmmakers discusses his feature debut, "PROTOTYPE", stereoscopic photos, "Irma Vep" and Philco televisions.

Review: Don't Worry About the Media—Steven Spielberg's "The Post"

Nostalgia meets urgency in Steven Spielberg's Oscar contender, now entering a wide release.