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Feature

All About Sylvia Chang

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

William Fox and His Friends, Part 1

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

The Chamber Piece: An Interview with Fabrice Aragno

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

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.
Festival

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.
Interview

Football Artistry: An Interview with Gabriel Abrantes & Daniel Schmidt

The inventive, youthful duo discuss their latest film, "Diamantino".
Interview

A Strange Autumn: João Moreira Salles Discusses "In the Intense Now"

Talking to the director of "In the Intense Now" about his personal inspiration, making old images new again, and the Lumières' factory film.
Feature

Environments of Chaos: The Work of Christoph Schlingensief

A look at the work of provocateur Christoph Schlingensief in celebration of the Goethe Institute's 'Schlingensief: Approach Those You Fear.'
Festival

Cannes 2018. Correspondences #7: Two Gentle Competitors and War's Dirty Work

A look at Jafar Panahi's "3 Faces" and Alice Rohrwacher's "Happy as Lazzaro," as well as the Serbian war film "The Load".
Interview

High Tech Barbarians: An Interview with Sergei Loznitsa

The acclaimed Ukrainian auteur discusses his urgent new film, "Donbass".
Festival

Cannes 2018. Correspondences #6: Fortnight Provocations & Jafar Panahi's "3 Faces"

On Gaspar Noé’s dizzying "Climax", "Mandy", a Nicolas Cage-starring Sundance sensation and Jafar Panahi's competition follow-up to "Taxi".
Interview

The Personal and the Political: An Interview with Donal Foreman

The director of "The Image You Missed" discusses his father's films, Irish identity, and the catharsis and exorcism of filming.