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News

Rushes. Twin Peaks VR, Google & Terrence Malick, Barry Jenkins Profile

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

Video Essay. Fearful Symmetry: Michael Mann’s "Manhunter"

Michael Mann's 1986 Thomas Harris adaptation revels in symmetry of framing, balancing and unbalancing a story based on sight and touch.
Feature

"Arada": Can A Punk Rocker Escape a Tumultuous Turkey?

Desperate to leave Turkey, a punk singer learns of a ticket to the U.S., sending him on a nightmarish, hallucinatory trip through Istanbul.
Interview

"This Is a Film About Love": Carlos Reygadas Discusses "Our Time"

The director untangles the complexities of the film starring himself and his wife playing a couple experimenting with an open relationship.
Feature

The Memeification of Agnès Varda

At some point in the last year, after festival play and the Oscar nomination of her film "Faces Places," the French filmmaker became a meme.
Review

Review: The Disarming Beauty of "A Star Is Born"

Bradley Cooper's directorial debut starring Lady Gaga asks if two geniuses can be together without the presence of competition.
Feature

"To Err is Human, to Film Divine": The Films of Albert Brooks

A retrospective in New York of films directed by Albert Brooks highlight his brazenly unique brand of screen comedy.
Festival

The Future Perfect: Tomorrow's Thoughts Today on Urban Possibilities

One of the most eye-catching events at Open City Documentary Festival was a lecture and film performance about speculative future cities.
Feature

Close-Up on Michael Mann's "Manhunter"

A commercial flop at the time, the first Hannibal Lecter film has undergone a "radiant becoming" to achieve the reputation of a masterpiece.
News

Rushes. Orson Welles's and Dennis Hopper's Last Movies, "A Star Is Born" Music Video, Asteroid Cinema

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

Jafar Panahi Heads in a New Direction with "3 Faces"

"3 Faces" is an exemplary film from which to reflect on the continued political pertinence and cinematic innovation of Panahi’s filmmaking.
Video

Ryuichi Sakamoto in Conversation with Shirin Neshat

At the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the Japanese composer talked about his music in a discussion moderated by the Iranian artist.