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Review: Don't Drink the Water—Gore Verbinski's "A Cure for Wellness"

The director's followup to his flop "The Lone Ranger" is a puzzle picture, a conspiracy thriller and a kind of baroque classical nightmare.

Rushes. Proust, Seijun Suzuki, "Song to Song" & "Zama" Trailers

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

Freedom of Discovery: Damien Manivel Discusses "Le parc"

Talking to the emerging French director about his second film, a mysterious, minimalist romance showing exclusively on MUBI.

Isabelle Huppert's Double Gaze

It's not merely the nature of the actress's characters that sets her apart, it's the thought-provoking ambiguities she riddles them with.

Gone Girls: Close-Up on "Bunny Lake Is Missing" and "Picnic At Hanging Rock"

Made a decade and hemispheres apart, both films revolve around displaced schoolgirls who vanish.

Berlinale 2017. Awards

And the winners of the Berlin International Film Festival are…

There Is No Such Thing As Reality: Hong Sang-Soo Discusses "On the Beach at Night Alone"

The director talks about his writing process, how he describes his own movies, working with actress Kim Min-hee, and his love of Buñuel.

Berlinale 2017. Chromesthetic Delirium and Documentary Spontaneity

A chromesthetic delirium by Marc Downie, Paul Kaiser and Ken & Flo Jacobs, and Michael Glawogger's final film closes our Berlin dispatches.

Movie Poster of the Week: The Posters of Stanislav Vajce

The colorful, pop art inspired posters of a Czech artist.

Conditions of Uncertainty: Discussing Alexandre Koberidze’s "Let the Summer Never Come Again"

How can we describe cinematic vertigo? A discussion between Koberidze, artist/curator Ruth Anderwald & filmmaker/distributor Pip Chodorov.

Love Actually: Close-Up on Albert Brooks’ "Modern Romance"

Does romance, in its most forbidden, tainted, doomed and fanciful modes, constitute the greatest enduring theme in art?

Berlinale 2017. The Space Between Love and Heartbreak

There's nothing quite like Hong Sang-soo's new film, "On The Beach At Night Alone," a non-romance where fiction slowly becomes documentary.