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Video

You Have to Bury Your Father First: An Interview with Werner Herzog

The German filmmaker discusses his recent work, the state of cinema, and the end of times in an expansive & candid conversation with us.
Feature

The Beautiful and The Damned: Close-Up on Abel Ferrara’s "King of New York"

Abel Ferrara's iconic genre film marks a turning point for the director from shoestring B-pictures to the films that made him famous.
Video

FILMADRID & MUBI: The Video Essay—"Taiwan As A Window. The Cinema of Edward Yang"

A video essay on windows in Yang's films, which modify our way of looking at Taiwan, and reflect on loneliness, relationships and life.
Column

The Forgotten: J. Walter Ruben's "Ace of Aces" (1933)

A pacifist becomes a bloodthirsty flying ace in this pre-Code war drama.
News

Rushes. David Lynch Adman, Best Films of the 21st Century, Universal Cinema

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

Tender Idiosyncrasies: BAMcinemaFEST 2017

An exceptional assortment of films from across the United States are premiering at this intimate Brooklyn festival.
Video

FILMADRID & MUBI: The Video Essay—"The Way of Jim Jarmusch"

A video essay on the Jarmusch style, condensed into a series of motifs that travel throughout his movies.
Video

Video Essay. Ernst Lubitsch: The Object of My Affection

As director, Ernst Lubitsch's visual genius layered innuendo upon innuendo until he arrived at a poetic truth.
Column

"Twin Peaks," Episode 6 Recap: Make Sense of It

There's something especially deranged about Part 6's whiplash shifts in tone.
Video

FILMADRID & MUBI: The Video Essay—"L’eclisse Lines"

A video essay on the visual storytelling in Michelangelo Antonioni's 1962 feature film "L'eclisse".
Video

FILMADRID & MUBI: The Video Essay—"News From D’est"

A video essay about two Chantal Akerman films, facing communism & capitalism and two important stages of life and production of the author.
Video

FILMADRID & MUBI: The Video Essay—"Silencer"

A mash-up of "Blow-Up" and "The Conversation", this video essay is a reconstruction of the search to solve the crime in "Blow Up".