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Introducing the great Lav Diaz on the occasion of the first ever online retrospective devoted to the Filipino auteur.

Notebook Reviews: Kiyoshi Kurosawa's "Creepy"

“Creepy,” a new detective tale from Kiyoshi Kurosawa, asks what lurks behind our neighbor’s doors.

Movie Poster of the Week: Juzo Itami’s “Tampopo”

International posters for the newly resurrected Japanese noodle western arthouse smash of the ’80s.

Karissa Hahn Introduces Her Film "Regal"

"Torrented/pirated (digital) images as found footage, printed from a household printer onto 16mm clear film."

Illustrating Lust and Murder: The Cover Art of Georges Simenon's "The Blue Room"

Celebrating the art of Georges Simenon's 1964 novel, recently adapted into a movie directed by and starring Mathieu Amalric.

The Forgotten: Paul Wendkos' "The Burglar" (1957)

A career criminal falls afould of a crooked cop in pulp noir "The Burglar".

The Current Debate: Future Memory in "Westworld"

Exploring the wide-ranging critical conversation around HBO’s new drama.

Weekly Rushes. Jarmusch & Herzog Videos, Bresson's Notes, Garbo on the Kronor

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

James N. Kienitz Wilkins Introduces His Film "Indefinite Pitch"

"I’ve come to the conclusion that movies always communicate the circumstances in which they were made..."

Ismaïl Bahri Introduces His Film "Foyer"

"The film’s title refers to the formation, however ephemeral, of a foyer of looks: the filmmaker and the passers-by look on together..."

Camilo Restrepo Introduces His Film "Cilaos"

"I wanted to explore this shared heritage, and to show the resonances that exist between the Reunionese and South American cultures."

Pierre Étaix, 1928 - 2016

The great comedian, director, writer and actor Pierre Étaix has died at the age of 87. Read our coverage of Étaix over the years.

Pumping It Up: Paul Verhoeven Discusses "Elle"

An interview with the great filmmaker about his French thriller starring Isabelle Huppert.