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Close-Up on Tsai Ming-liang's "Rebels of the Neon God"

Tsai Ming-liang stands out as one of the most deeply confessional filmmakers in contemporary art cinema.

Contemporary Chinese Cinema: "The Thousand Faces of Dunjia" and "Youth"

Opening the same weekend as "The Last Jedi" were two films from major Chinese filmmakers: Yuen Woo-ping and Feng Xiaogang.

Scenes From Here and There

A minor, sweet-natured Jerry Lewis movie explores the gap between a transactional approach to social life & an altruistic, cooperative one.

Golden Globes 2018. The Winners

And the winners are...

Foreplays #8: Germaine Dulac’s "The Smiling Madame Beudet"

A visionary silent film conjures the combat between a wife's oppressive space of domesticity and the liberating space of fantasy.

The Very Eye of Night: Karimah Ashadu

The work of the British-Nigerian artist conglomerates the often contradictory foundations of multicultural societies.

Movie Poster of the Week: The Posters of Dan Talbot’s New Yorker Films

Some highlights from the more than four decades of the pioneering distribution company.

Second Chances: Directors' Cuts

An artist never finishes a piece of art. A look at the nature of the director's cut—the subject of a series at New York's Quad Cinema.

"The X-Files," Season 11, Episode 1 Recap: We Do Our Work

This is a series in constant dialogue with itself, both within and between episodes.

Colgate Comedy Hour, September 18, 1955

The episodes of The Colgate Comedy Hour which starred Martin & Lewis are the closest we can get to their fabled live performances.

The Forgotten: Walter Lantz & William Nolan's "Wonderland" (1931)

Oswald the Rabbit ascends the beanstalk in a disturbing '30s cartoon from (sort of) the talents of Walt Disney and Tex Avery.

Crime and Punishment: Close-Up on "Brighton Rock"

This classic noir reveals the emotional street life teeming beneath the veneer of amusement park gaiety at the seaside resort of Brighton.