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Thom Andersen and Noël Burch’s Red Hollywood

By Benjamin Crais on Aug 19, 2014

Subversion in plain sight: a look at a few films in the landmark documentary about the ideological underground in Hollywood

Rep Diary: Forgotten Faces

By R. Emmet Sweeney on Aug 19, 2014

Paramount importance: a silent discovery at Capitolfest yields up a Murnau-influenced symphony of movement and emotion

Interview: Aleksandr Sokurov

By Lucas Neves and Violet Lucca on Aug 15, 2014

The director of Faust and Russian Ark discusses his glasnost-era science-fiction adaptation Days of Eclipse and comments on contemporary Russian politics

Bombast: Queens, City of Cinema (Part Two)

By Nick Pinkerton on Aug 15, 2014

Of multiplexes and men: the grand tour of theaters continues


Film of the Week: Abuse of Weakness

By Jonathan Romney on Aug 14, 2014

The real thing: Isabelle Huppert does another conjuring act in Catherine Breillat's drama about her folie a deux with a con man

Kaiju Shakedown: Lee Myung-Se

By Grady Hendrix on Aug 13, 2014

Due consideration: in praise of Korean filmmaker Lee Myung-Se—and keeping an open mind

Festivals: Jerusalem

By Nick Pinkerton on Aug 12, 2014

Contested ground: a report from the Jerusalem International Film Festival, unfolding against a wrenching backdrop of real-world drama

Film of the Week: Frank

By Jonathan Romney on Aug 7, 2014

Synths and papier-mâché heads: Frank debunks the mystique of the tormented rock artist

Sound + Vision 2014: Pulp

By Violet Lucca on Aug 6, 2014

Common cause: Pulp (the band) gets their name in lights in Pulp (the documentary)

Bombast: It’s War

By Nick Pinkerton on Aug 6, 2014

Useful fictions: the repulsions and attractions of war and its chronicles

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Dead Birds

From the Winter 1964 issue: Robert Gardner writes about his landmark documentary, Dead Birds

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