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"Once I had it all. Now I just have everything": Nicolas Roeg Remembered

A look back on the career of the great director of "Performance" and "The Man Who Fell to Earth."

Golden Globes 2019. Nominees

Adam McKay's "Vice," Yorgos Lanthimos' "The Favourite," Bradley Cooper's "A Star Is Born" and "Green Book" lead the film nominations.

The B-Film Retrospective at the Viennale

The Viennale hosted a showcase of the wildly imbalanced, spontaneously inventive, zany poverty row creature known as the B-Film.

Review: Alice Rohrwacher's "Happy as Lazzaro" Is a Tale As Old As Time

Like the rest of her films, Italian director Alice Rohrwacher's latest threads the magic of faith and folklore into working class lives.

The Forgotten: "Mad" Vorhaus and the Bad Girls

A sympathetic shrink tries to reform a reform school in Bernard Vorhaus's thoughtful Girls-In-Prison melodrama.

Shadow Play: Park Chan-Wook's "The Little Drummer Girl"

The South Korean director forges further into English-language filmmaking with a miniseries adaptation of John le Carré's 1983 spy novel.

Rushes. Lost Ozu Restored, Barry Jenkins on "Beale Street," Ron Burgundy Returns

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

The Everyday Explorations of Lina Rodriguez's Cinema

Two films set in Bogotá explore female desire, betrayal, grief, and the intergenerational relationships and conflicts within families.

Review: "Creed II" Is As Much a Male Weepie As It Is a Boxing Movie

The sequel to Ryan Coogler's hit is predictable genre fare, but offers a fresh take on male tenderness.

Final Farewells/New Beginnings at the Viennale

Under a new artistic director Vienna's film festival expectedly looks forward.

Dead Stars: David Cronenberg's "Cosmopolis" and "Maps to the Stars"

No monsters seem more ghastly or disturbing in the films of David Cronenberg than his depiction of the rich.

Journeys into Dissonance: Close-Up on Jean-Luc Godard's "The Image Book"

Jean-Luc Godard's Special Palme d'Or-winner is difficult, sometimes impenetrable, obtuse, challenging—and brilliant.