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Beyond Biopic: An Interview with Shirin Neshat

Shirin Neshat's second film is a multi-layered drama about an artist’s attempts to make a film of the life of Egyptian singer Oum Kulthum.

Review: Interred with Their Bones—Denis Villeneuve's "Blade Runner 2049"

There’s a nagging question at the heart of "Blade Runner 2049": Why does this film exist, beyond the potential box office?

Yawning and Dreaming in Spanish: Close-Up on Nele Wohlatz's "The Future Perfect"

Following a Chinese teenager recently arrived in Buenos Aires, "The Future Perfect" speaks to the alienation of a new environment.

“Don’t let anyone bite you”: Close-Up on David Cronenberg's "Rabid"

No body of work is so clinical and so salacious, or so Canadian, as that of David Cronenberg.

Discussing "Let the Sunshine In" with Claire Denis

We interview the French director about making her first comedy, balancing humor with sadness, and working with playwright Christine Angot.

Archival Vérité: David France Talks about "The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson"

An interview with director David France, a distinguished investigative reporter with an interest in issues relating to the LGBT community.

Rushes. New Trailers, Soviet Silent Masterpieces, Frances McDormand

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

Amit Dutta: The Art of Creative Deliberation

A new film, accompanied by a retrospective, affirms the Indian director's project of divining the source of creative expression.

Foreplays #5: Jane Campion's "A Girl’s Own Story"

The Australian director explores the territory between childhood and womanhood, desire and repression, and between curiosity and trauma.

A New Phase of Horror: Close-Up on "Night of the Living Dead"

George A. Romero's brand of horror was the horror that scared and scarred, the horror that could deeply upset people and cause nightmares.

Movie Poster of the Week: The Posters of the 55th New York Film Festival

The annual poster round-up of the main slate of the NYFF.

The Forgotten: Billy Wilder's "The Emperor Waltz" (1948)

Billy Wilder's unsuccessful musical still has some appeal and reveals a lot about its maker.