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Interview: Robert Redford

By Beverly Walker on Apr 24, 2015

Speaking directly: the star turned director discusses the evolution of his craft and career

Interview: Naji Abu Nowar

By Yonca Talu on Apr 24, 2015

The tyranny of distance: the director of WWI-era Theeb discusses Bedouin history, working with non-actors, and Caravaggio

Film of the Week: Iris

By Jonathan Romney on Apr 23, 2015

A woman for all seasons: Albert Maysles's final documentary knits together colorful swatches from a New York fashion maven's life

Deep Focus: Ex Machina

By Michael Sragow on Apr 22, 2015

Uncanny valley: Alex Garland's coolly perceptive debut tests artificial intelligence and the pleasure principle


Bombast: Decker

By Nick Pinkerton on Apr 21, 2015

Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington's guileful, green screen satire of cinephile culture and the endless pop culture grist mill

The Soderbergh Variations: 2001, Recut

By Jackson Arn on Apr 20, 2015

Creation myth: an extended consideration of Steven Soderbergh's re-edit of 2001: A Space Odyssey, directed (originally) by Stanley Kubrick

Deep Focus: Tangerines

By Michael Sragow on Apr 15, 2015

Zaza Urushadze’s beautifully lensed, Academy Award-nominated drama about the Abkhazian-Georgian conflict takes no sides

Art of the Real: Edgardo Cozarinsky

By Max Nelson on Apr 15, 2015

Connection lost: the Argentine writer/director delves into his family's past and Jewish diaspora generally in Letter to a Father

Festivals: L’immagine e la parola at Locarno

By José Teodoro on Apr 13, 2015

Locarno’s spring festival of word and image revives Pawel Pawlikowski’s tag-along with Dostoevsky and celebrates intrepid nonfiction novelist Emmanuel Carrère

Interview: Nick Broomfield

By Margaret Barton-Fumo on Apr 10, 2015

What happens when a serial killer runs rampant in South Central? Virtually nothing, explains the director of Tales of the Grim Sleeper (except more killing)

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