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Weekly Rushes. Sight & Sound's Best of 2016, Trump the Entertainer, MS Paint "Blade Runner"

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

Movie Poster of the Week: Maggie Cheung in Movie Posters

To celebrate her New York retrospective, the posters of everyone's favorite latex-catsuited Hong Kong movie star.
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Magnetic Pole: Andrzej Kondratiuk and the Strange Attraction of "Hydro-Riddle"

The Polish director of the classic 1971 TV movie found voluntary geographical exile without leaving his own country.
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Wonder and Displacement: A Look at Contemporary Italian Animation

Something is definitely on the move with animation in Italy.
Review

Old Man Yells at Cloud: Ringo Lam’s "Sky on Fire"

A disappointing new thriller from a great Hong Kong director known for his films' physical immediacy and apocalyptic sense of doom.
Review

Notebook Review: Pablo Larraín’s "Jackie"

The Chilean director's second biopic of the year (after "Neruda") sets itself apart by being an intimate refraction of a national tragedy.
News

Sundance 2017. Lineup

The official lineup for the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
Feature

The Forgotten: Abel Gance's "Austerlitz" (1960)

Austerlitz: Napoleon negotiates to become Emperor and wins a momentous military victory in Abel Gance's return to his favorite subject.
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Weekly Rushes. Cahiers Top 10, Hopper's Records, Wes Anderson Returns, Tarkovsky's Notes

This week’s essential news, articles, sounds, videos and more from the film world.
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Introducing Rachel Lang: The Ana Trilogy

Spotlighting two short films and the debut feature of a new French director whose films are now playing on MUBI.
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The Desperate Optimists Introduce Their Film "Further Beyond"

"...as the film developed it also became more personal to us. More personal in terms of its content but also in how it was being expressed."
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The Dead Person Is the Camera: Talking with Cristi Puiu about "Sieranevada"

The Romanian director discusses how he translates perceiving the world into decisions concerning form and content of a film.