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Movie Poster of the Week: “Kind Hearts and Coronets”

A cornucopia of posters for Ealing Studios’ 1949 comic masterpiece starring Alec Guinness.

Everybody Sacrifices: Paul Schrader Discusses "First Reformed"

An interview with the writer-director about Christianity in America, working with Ethan Hawke, and creating rules only to break them.

Close-Up on Jean-Luc Godard's "The Rise and Fall of a Small Film Company"

A rare feature Jean-Luc Godard made for French TV is restored and revived.

Review: Good Vibrations in Jake Meginsky and Neil Young's "Milford Graves: Full Mantis"

A unique biography dedicated to a unique man: A free-jazz drummer, professor, independent electro-cardiologist, and martial artist.

Rushes. Claude Lanzmann, Kodak Tour, Football Movie Sponsorship

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

My Love Is Not Your Love: Two Documentaries Misunderstand Whitney Houston's Magic

Kevin Macdonald’s "Whitney" and Nick Broomfield's "Whitney: Can I Be Me" fail to capture the legendary vocalist as a musician or woman.

Locarno 2018. Lineup

The lineup for the 2018 festival has been revealed, including new films by Hong Sang-soo, Radu Muntean, Mariano Llinás and others.

One More Glance at the Death of Romance: Close-Up on Philippe Garrel’s "A Burning Hot Summer"

The male gaze haunts the cinema of French director Philippe Garrel.

Cinephilia Today

The Artistic Director of the Locarno Festival reflects on two great men who passed away last week: Robby Müller and Claude Lanzmann.

Tomoyasu Murata Introduces His Film "A Branch of a Pine Tied Up"

"I attempt to show the Japanese images that re-realize the history of Japanese faith..."

Scores on Screen. The Obvious Necessity for Memory: Music and Memory in "Hiroshima, mon amour"

The transience of memory is a central theme of Alain Resnais's story of love and horror in Hiroshima—and the theme of the film's soundtrack.

Dysfuction Is the New Normal: Close-Up on "So Long Enthusiasm"

Vladimir Durán's charming feature debut is a finely observed, slightly absurdist drama tinged by the mundane and melancholy.