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Bombast: Carole Eastman

By Nick Pinkerton on Nov 21, 2014

Strong female character: a close look at the all-too brief career of a New Hollywood screenwriter

Deep Focus: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1

By Michael Sragow on Nov 20, 2014

Working-class hero: the first half of The Hunger Games finale is driven by performances rather than explosions

Film of the Week: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

By Jonathan Romney on Nov 19, 2014

Out from the shadows: Ana Lily Amirpour's first feature effortlessly mixes Eastern and Western codes to brilliant effect

Fassbinder Diary #1: Rio das Mortes

By Violet Lucca on Nov 18, 2014

The first in a series chronicling the second half of Film Society of Lincoln Center's Fassbinder retrospective


Rep Diary: Tropicália

By Giovanni Vimercati on Nov 17, 2014

Lost in the paradise: revolutionary Brazilian directors Bressane and Sganzerla get their due at MoMA

Film of the Week: Foxcatcher

By Jonathan Romney on Nov 14, 2014

The sporting life: Bennett Miller's true crime story makes some salient points about class amidst the one-percenter eccentricity

Review: Dumb and Dumber To

By R. Emmet Sweeney on Nov 14, 2014

Idiot proof: the Farrelly Brothers revisit their most successful morons with great success

Deep Focus: The Homesman

By Michael Sragow on Nov 13, 2014

The mission: Tommy Lee Jones's Western with Hilary Swank is a story of grit that looks the part, but is it true to all its characters?

Festival: Projections at NYFF

By Irina Leimbacher on Nov 12, 2014

Signs and wonders: a close look at the re-styled avant-garde program in the New York Film Festival

Interview: Robert Drew

By Nicolas Rapold on Nov 10, 2014

The cinema verité pioneer and director of JFK chronicles Primary and Crisis: Behind a Presidential Commitment talks about the making of a method

Interview: Lucie Borleteau

By Mallory Andrews on Nov 10, 2014

A seaworthy relationship: the director of Fidelio, Alice’s Journey discusses gender and fidelity

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From the Archives

Divine Rapture: The Films of Werner Schroeter

The sublime, intensely stylized “total cinema” of Werner Schroeter, the flamboyant dandy who was the New German cinema’s best-kept secret

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