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Close-Up on Angela Schanelec's "The Dreamed Path"

Why does an image arouse emotion? In Schanelec’s cinema the flow of emotions is unleashed by a radicalization of the sensitive experience.

Cannes 2018. Top 10 & Coverage Roundup

A listing of our coverage of the Cannes Film Festival, Directors' Fortnight, and Critics' Week, including interviews and favorite films.

What If?: Ulrich Köhler Discusses "In My Room"

An interview with the Berlin School director about his first feature in seven years, a clever new version of the last-man-on-Earth scenario.

Cannes 2018. Correspondences #12: A Generational Romance and Closing Fragments

The final dispatch from Cannes covers Christophe Honoré's queer relationship drama "Sorry Angel" & offers an overview of the 2018 festival.

Cannes 2018. Awards

All the awards given at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, Directors' Fortnight and Critics' Week.

Cannes 2018. Correspondences #11: The Dead, the Kyrgyz, and the Writer

As the Cannes Film Festival winds down, we report on Sergey Dvortsevoy's first film in 10 years and Ceylan's follow-up to "Winter Sleep".

Cannes 2018. Correspondences #10: Dogs and Disappearances

On competition entries from Lee Chang-dong and Matteo Garrone, Ulrich Köhler's fiendishly clever "In My Room" and Hosoda's animated charmer.

All About Sylvia Chang

An actress, writer and director of tremendous accomplishment, Sylvia Chang is the subject of a New York retrospective.

William Fox and His Friends, Part 1

A partial guide to the Museum of Modern Art's "William Fox Presents" retrospective.

The Chamber Piece: An Interview with Fabrice Aragno

Jean-Luc Godard's essential collaborator, Fabrice Aragno, discusses their latest creation: "The Image Book".

Cannes 2018. Correspondences #9: A Footie God, Transitioning Teen, and Family of Criminals

A Cannes report featuring a wild football celebrity parody, an impressive debut, and a subtly twisted Hirokazu Kore-eda competitor.

Cannes 2018. Correspondences #8: Transportive Doublings and Divisive Titles

Cannes inspires with Bi Gan's second feature, competition entries "Asako I & II" and "BlacKkKlansman", and Lars von Trier's divisive return.