The Essential Jacques Demy provides an insightful look inside an auteur who may finally be getting the recognition he deserves.
16 Oct 2014
No matter how you may feel about the story, Sophie's Choice is worth watching simply for the pleasure of watching Meryl Streep act.
01 May 2014
Even when darker in subject matter, Jan Svankmajer's films all retain an element of joyousness and childlike wonder.
17 Apr 2014
Rare is the film that strives for rhapsodic innovation and achieves it without fail, but Mexican auteur Reygadas strives for such distinction, and mostly achieves it.
21 Jan 2014
Withdrawn from a world that has changed around them so steadfastly that coping would be an embarrassment too ghastly to imagine, the Beales stay put in Grey Gardens.
08 Jan 2014
Politics and art collide in Robert Altman’s dense tapestry, showing that part of American’s beguiling promise is the inevitability of commodification.
29 Dec 2013
The gender politics in Mary Poppins are regressive, surely, but they’re also a product of their time and can easily fly under the radar, especially for young viewers.
15 Dec 2013
Kino-Lorber's release of Nosferatu features some of the best special features of any DVD this year.
05 Dec 2013
Laurence Anyways is indomitably rapturous, a film of epic proportions and probably the best and grandest depiction of a transgender relationship ever made.
21 Oct 2013
The frenetically paced director’s first five films, all made within an astonishing 18 month period. The pace continued as Fassbinder made more than 40 feature films in just over a decade.
04 Oct 2013
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