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Crossing Boundaries: Anna Sofie Hartmann Discusses “Giraffe”

In the Danish filmmaker’s second film, a fictional tunnel being built between Germany and Denmark spurs research into the region’s history.

Mysteries of Nature: Maya Da-Rin Discusses “The Fever”

The Brazilian filmmaker discusses her new film and declarations towards the indigenous people made by Brazil’s far-right government.

Locarno 2019. The First Reel Thrills

Three great ways to start a film in Valérie Donzelli’s “Notre Dame,” Köhler-Winckler’s “A Voluntary Year,” and “Terminal Sud.”

Be It True, or Be It Fals: Stephen Broomer Discusses “Tondal’s Vision”

The experimental filmmaker talks about his sensorial cinematic adaptation of Dante’s “Inferno” using found footage and bleaching film stock.

The Wacky Existentialism of Jeffrey Lau’s “A Chinese Odyssey”

Jeffrey Lau’s unexpectedly profound slapstick comedy elevates absurdity into a philosophy of life.

Locarno 2019. A New Mission Statement

The 72nd Locarno Film Festival resets with a new programming team and a retrospective devoted to black cinema.

“Neon Genesis Evangelion,” Episodes 25 and 26: Congratulations!

The eighth in a series of essays covering Hideaki Anno’s landmark mecha-anime, which is finally globally available through streaming.

The Best of Movie Poster of the Day: Part 21

The latest round-up of the most popular posters on Movie Poster of the Day on Instagram.

The Forgotten: This Is a Raid!

Detectives hunt black marketeers and killers in a nifty noir-lite thriller from post-war Germany.

Rushes: Chaplin Home Movies, Choreography Politics, Nicolas Cage Portrait

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

Our Lives, Our Bodies: 1980s Women Filmmakers, in Hollywood and Beyond

A wide survey of American films directed by women underscores the diversity of styles and storytelling in the 1980s.

Joan Tewkesbury: Do It Louder and Bigger

Joan Tewkesbury, who wrote Robert Altman’s “Thieves Like Us” and “Nashville,” discusses her 1979 directorial debut, “Old Boyfriends.”