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Deep Focus: Tomorrowland

By Michael Sragow on May 21, 2015

Le Corbusier shrugged: Brad Bird's less-than-spectacular look at the (retro-tinged) world of tomorrow

Rep Diary: Valentine’s Day Massacre

By Malcolm Thorndike Nicholson on May 20, 2015

In anticipation of the Cannes premiere of Gaspar Noé's Love, a look back at the annual (anti-?) romantic series at Anthology Film Archives and sex on film

Wonderful World of Welles: Welles in Woodstock

By James Hughes on May 18, 2015

Origin story: a report from a centennial celebration of Welles at his scholastic home of Woodstock

Cannes Dispatch #2: Son of Saul and Carol

By Eugene Hernandez on May 18, 2015

László Nemes and Todd Haynes deliver two very different early festival standouts

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Bombast: Truck Yeah

By Nick Pinkerton on May 15, 2015

What's your 20, good buddy? A look at the lawless, unmistakably Western-influenced big-rig genre

Cannes Dispatch #1: Tale of Tales

By Eugene Hernandez on May 15, 2015

Fractured fairy tales: Matteo Garrone's star-studded adaptation of ancient Neapolitan kids'-lit isn't so much heart-pounding as heart-swallowing

Deep Focus: Mad Max: Fury Road

By Michael Sragow on May 14, 2015

Who runs the (post-apocalyptic) world? On George Miller's latest entry in his long-running, high-octane saga

Isaach de Bankolé: The Quiet Man Speaks

By Margaret Barton-Fumo on May 14, 2015

The Ivorian actor discusses teaching his craft, working with Jim Jarmusch, and the differences between filming in Africa versus Europe

Film of the Week: Slow West

By Jonathan Romney on May 13, 2015

John Maclean's dust-free Western is powered by non-sequiturs and a dryly comic sensibility

Interview: Martín Rejtman

By Violet Lucca on May 13, 2015

The director of Two Shots Fired and The Magic Gloves discusses his films and aural fixation

Interview: Agnès Varda

By Violet Lucca on May 11, 2015

The freewheeling grandmother of the Nouvelle Vague talks about photography, rap, and how her work has changed with time

Notebook: Karl Ove Knausgaard on The Idiots

By R. Emmet Sweeney on May 11, 2015

At the latest Print Screen event, the Norwegian author of My Struggle discussed the influence of Lars von Trier's Dogme95 film on his writing

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Touch of Evil

From a Summer 1971 special section on Orson Welles: where (and what) is “Mexico”?

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