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Feature

Close-Up on Jean Rouch's "The Lion Hunters"

Rouch plays with the truth to achieve higher meaning in his documentary about lion hunting on the borders of Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso.
Feature

Big Wrench

Sydney Stutterheim looks at the brief but feverish obsession behind this 1980 video by Chris Burden.
News

SXSW 2019. Lineup

New films by Harmony Korine, Robert Rodriguez, and an animated series by David Fincher will premiere at this year's edition of SXSW.
News

Rushes. Bill Murray and Sofia Coppola Reunite, "High Life" Trailer, 1999

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

Wicked West: Close-Up on Neïl Beloufa’s "Occidental"

Neïl Beloufa’s second feature takes a bite of the poison of our times, blending thriller and comedy to avoid the notion of static identity.
Review

Review: Imitation of Life—Robert Zemeckis' "Welcome to Marwen"

Live action reality and motion-captured WW2 fantasy combine in this eccentric adaptation of a true story by the director of _Forrest Gump_.
Feature

Filming the Invisible: An Introduction to Pierre-Yves Vandeweerd

The Belgian's documentaries showcase a metaphysical approach to remote locations and subjects exploring the psychological effects of trauma.
Column

Infinite Fest: Infinite Indie Memphis

How Indie Memphis exemplified what a film festival can be in quality, diversity, inclusion, community, audience, regionality—and vision.
Feature

When Hong Sang-soo Pays You A Compliment

Can a director have a trademark line of dialogue? Hong Sang-soo does: When a man tells a woman "You're so pretty."
Column

Movie Poster of the Week: Jacques Rivette’s “The Nun”

A variety of international posters, from the divine to the ridiculous, for the French New Wave director's 1966 masterpiece.
Festival

From Softcore to Lubitsch: To Save and Project 2019

The Museum of Modern Art's festival of film preservation offers a typically eclectic range of films, fiction, documentary and experimental.
Feature

Close-Up on Babis Makridis's "Pity"

The Greek director's second film intimately navigates the state of the fragile male ego with merciless aplomb.