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Festivals: True/False

By Nicolas Rapold on Jun 30, 2015

As eclectic and respected as ever, the Missouri festival presented another cannily curated slate of films drawn from around the world, but does its reputation hold up?

Interview: Piotr Szulkin

By Ela Bittencourt on Jun 29, 2015

Other worlds: an extensive, rare interview with Poland's master of allegorical science fiction during and after Communism

Film of the Week: The Princess of France

By Jonathan Romney on Jun 29, 2015

Play's the thing: Matías Piñeiro's new Shakespearean feature stages an intricate romantic dance that exults in language and the enigma of attraction

Wonderful World of Welles: Harry Lime Lives!

By Phuong Le on Jun 26, 2015

A look at Orson Welles’s 1950s radio spin-off that showed the inepter side of The Third Man’s master criminal


Interview: Matías Piñeiro

By Dan Sullivan on Jun 26, 2015

The director of The Princess of France discusses his elastic, idiosyncratic approach to storytelling and the play of language

Interview: Penelope Spheeris

By Nick Pinkerton on Jun 25, 2015

The director of punk/metal epic The Decline of Western Civilization, Suburbia, and Wayne's World remembers when the music broke (and why the DVDs took so long)

Festivals: NYAFF

By R. Emmet Sweeney on Jun 24, 2015

Hard knocks and soft spots: dramatic chops are the secret attraction of this year's New York Asian Film Festival—but its customary genre thrills remain in full effect

Deep Focus: Ted 2

By Michael Sragow on Jun 24, 2015

Lout in sheep's clothing: Seth MacFarlane's sequel puts a window-dressing of liberal ideals over the trademark raunch and cultural references

Interview: Patrick Wang

By Tanner Tafelski on Jun 23, 2015

The director of The Grief of Others and In the Family discusses the trauma of loss and how acting in the fringe shaped his filmmaking

Festivals: Oberhausen

By Tess Jaspers on Jun 22, 2015

The element of surprise: the 62nd edition of the international shorts fest continued its theme of inclusivity while pushing the envelope

Interview: Mia Hansen-Løve

By Nicolas Rapold on Jun 22, 2015

Dance hall days: the director of Eden discusses collaborating with her brother and how she found the beat for her nocturnal characters

Interview: Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy

By Emma Myers on Jun 19, 2015

Silent killers: the Ukrainian director of The Tribe explains the mechanics behind his debut feature about a teenage deaf mafia

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