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Corn Nuts in the Rockpile: NYFF Projections and the Archival Impulse

Several films presented at the festival's Projections sidebar engaged with questions of archives, cataloging and digital technologies.

Review: Tamara Jenkins's "Private Life"

With the masterful "Private Life", Tamara Jenkins excavates without puncture, but small cuts can cause the most acute pain.

Tell Your Own Story: How Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan Made "Episode of the Sea"

An interview about a unique documentary about the Dutch fishing village of Urk made in collaboration between two artists and the community.

“I was not an overnight sensation”: "A Star is Born" and the American Dream

As seen through all four versions, as long as the illusion of the American Dream exists, the story of "A Star Is Born" will never grow old.

(Don’t) Journey to the West: Shaw Brothers Horror at the Metrograph

A retrospective of films by the Shaw Brothers studio displays an electric undercurrent of the cheap, the weird and the flat-out disgusting.

Close-Up on Joaquin Cociña and Cristóbal León's "The Wolf House"

The debut feature by the Chilean directors is an imaginative and adult stop-motion animation that creates a world entirely of its own.

The Man Who Kept Yugoslav Independent Cinema Going

A retrospective at the MoMA offers a rare glimpse into the manifold art of the half-Slovenian, half-Macedonian image-maker, Karpo Godina.

Outside Looking In: The Films of Claude Chabrol

Uncovering Claude Chabrol's formal play with the idea of the periphery, and its relationship to his critique of the complacent middle class.

Rushes. New Trailers, Viggo Reads Camus, Re-Examining "Blackhat"

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

NYFF: Julian Schnabel's "At Eternity's Gate"

Julian Schnabel's film about Vincent van Gogh falls into the mold of similar but superior films about the painter by Minnelli and Pialat.

Clashing Forces: Jiang Wen Discusses "Hidden Man"

The actor-director talks about his relationship to Beijing, his love of clashing tones, critics' ignorance, and the reception of his films.

Novel Perspectives: Experiences in Virtual Realities

Looking for the state—and the true potential—of virtual reality at a pavilion dedicated to the art at the Venice Film Festival.