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How the Black Audio Film Collective Remixed Fact and Fiction

How the Black Audio Film Collective Remixed Fact and Fiction

Active between 1982 and 1998, the collective made over a dozen films about the personal and political experiences of people of color living in Britain.

Uncut Gems and the Messes We Make of our Dreams | Metrograph

Uncut Gems

Uncut Gems and the Messes We Make of our Dreams | Metrograph

At Sea, In Port, Up the River: Orson Welles’s Conrad Adaptations - Bright Lights Film Journal

At Sea, In Port, Up the River: Orson Welles’s Conrad Adaptations - Bright Lights Film Journal

Conrad was more than a mere influence. He was also a direct source of story material. Welles considered himself “made for Conrad” and frequently returned to Conrad’s original stories. Adaptation[...]

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Frank Zappa was so left, he was right | Movie Review | Chicago Reader

Frank Zappa was so left, he was right

A documentary profile of the avant-garage musician reveals his political conservatism.

The 10 Most Influential Films of the Decade (and 20 Other Favorites) - The New York Times

The 10 Most Influential Films of the Decade (and 20 Other Favorites) - The New York Times

Agnès Varda’s Extraordinary Cinematic Accomplishment | The New Yorker

Agnès Varda’s Extraordinary Cinematic Accomplishment

Richard Brody reviews “Varda by Agnès,” the late French filmmaker Agn``ès Varda’s last film, which is being released posthumously, this week.

Joker: Sympathy Epic - Bright Lights Film Journal

JOKER - Final Trailer - Now Playing In Theaters

Joker: Sympathy Epic - Bright Lights Film Journal

The Women Who Helped Build Hollywood | The New Yorker

The Women Who Helped Build Hollywood

Women played essential behind-the-scenes roles as the American movie industry was taking off, Margaret Talbot writes. What happened?

The Vulnerable Spectator–An Act of Will, a Testimony of Love: Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma | Film Quarterly

The Vulnerable Spectator–An Act of Will, a Testimony of Love: Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma

Amelie Hastie discusses the formal and affective qualities of Alfonso Cuarón's Roma.

Film Contributor Milos Stehlik and critic Jonathan Rosenbaum discuss American independent cinema and its relationships with global film movements.

Film Critic Jonathan Rosenbaum on The History of American Independent Cinema

Film Contributor Milos Stehlik and critic Jonathan Rosenbaum discuss American independent cinema and its relationships with global film movements.

Dispatch from Tribeca 2019 #1: Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound - Bright Lights Film Journal

Dispatch from Tribeca 2019 #1: Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound - Bright Lights Film Journal

Herewith we begin our coverage of the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival, courtesy of our intrepid reporter Claire Baiz, who will be filing dispatches on some of the more worthy entries[...]

Reframing Iranian Cinema on Notebook | MUBI

Reframing Iranian Cinema

The co-curator of an Iranian cinema season at the Barbican in London introduces a different way of speaking about the country's films.

Inside La Fémis: Claire Simon Uncovers the Politics of Film School

Inside La Fémis: Claire Simon Uncovers the Politics of Film School

Who gets to be groomed for a career in the French film industry? Claire Simon’s The Competition takes a look at the grueling admissions process at the country’s most prestigious film school.

DAU, one of the longest-gestating film shoots in the history of cinema, is now over. By now you will have heard of Ilya Khrzhanovsky, an impossibly ambitious young Russian director who has been brewing up something tremendous. The project first began life a decade ago as a rather more conventional project—a biopic of the life …

The 'DAU' of Stalin Opens in Paris

DAU, one of the longest-gestating film shoots in the history of cinema, is now over. By now you will have heard of Ilya Khrzhanovsky, an impossibly ambitious young Russian director who has been brewing up something tremendous. The project first began life a decade ago as a rather more conventional project—a biopic of the life …

The Cinesexual : Moonlight Links

The Cinesexual : Moonlight Links

Damien Chazelle and Barry Jenkins on That Oscars Shocker: The Morning-After Interview

James Baldwin's The Devil Finds Work, a book-length essay on race and America and cinema, movingly demonstrates that analysis of art can be art itself.

The Most Powerful Piece of Film Criticism Ever Written

James Baldwin's The Devil Finds Work, a book-length essay on race and America and cinema, movingly demonstrates that analysis of art can be art itself.

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Seedr is coming your way.. Just try stopping us ;)

Questions about Film Acting: A Dialogue with James Naremore  | Jonathan Rosenbaum

Questions about Film Acting: A Dialogue with James Naremore

A photo essay look at the visual language of Oscar-nominated Mudbound.

The Visual Language of Mudbound Cinematographer Rachel Morrison | Features | Roger Ebert

A photo essay look at the visual language of Oscar-nominated Mudbound.

Slumdogged by the past

Slumdogged by the past

MOONLIGHT: The Overrated Film Gaslighting Film Critics | Film Inquiry

Moonlight | Official Trailer HD | A24

SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/A24subscribe Winner of 3 Academy Awards® including Best Picture, from director Barry Jenkins and starring Naomie Harris, André Holla...

The Attractions and Perils of Internationalism (2007)  | Jonathan Rosenbaum

The Attractions and Perils of Internationalism (2007)

A poetic discussion of male-female relations and abortion imagery in the 1986 horror film THE FLY.

“Disease with a Purpose”: Ex-Boyfriends, Abortion and The Fly (1986) - Bright Lights Film Journal

A poetic discussion of male-female relations and abortion imagery in the 1986 horror film THE FLY.

Either all the critics are wrong, or I’m wrong. According to the lot of them, and every right-thinking pundit, Moonlight, the film about a black youth discovering his sexuality, is one of those…

The critics are wrong: Moonlight is boring and pointless | The Spectator

Either all the critics are wrong, or I’m wrong. According to the lot of them, and every right-thinking pundit, Moonlight, the film about a black youth discovering his sexuality, is one of those transformative films which leaves every other movie nowhere. In a just world, as Deborah Ross of this pari...

The Guarded Intimacy of SANS SOLEIL | Jonathan Rosenbaum

The Guarded Intimacy of SANS SOLEIL

Letter from Chicago | Jonathan Rosenbaum

Letter from Chicago

Lines and Circles [PLAYTIME and 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY] | Jonathan Rosenbaum

Lines and Circles [PLAYTIME and 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY]

Ingrid Bergman In Her Own Words makes clear that her life was messy and episodic, but she earned great love from her directors, co-stars, and family. Don’t wait for Mommie[...]

Ingrid Bergman In Her Own Words Gets Up Close and Personal - Bright Lights Film Journal

Ingrid Bergman In Her Own Words makes clear that her life was messy and episodic, but she earned great love from her directors, co-stars, and family. Don’t wait for Mommie[...]

These Tone-Deaf Reviews of Moonlight and Hidden Figures Are Why We Need Critics of Color

These Tone-Deaf Reviews of Moonlight and Hidden Figures Are Why We Need Critics of Color

The Sunday Times' reviews of Hidden Figures and Moonlight have been rightly criticized for their tone-deafness and casual racism. How did these get printed?

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Top10: Dez Filmes de Terror Que Você Precisa Assistir - Cinefilia Incandescente

Traremos, neste ‘Top10’, filmes de terror que você precisa assistir. São, em sua maioria, ótimos filmes que conseguem entregar ao espectador o básico exigido pelo gênero: a possibilidade de causar …

The 14 Best LGBTQ International Films of 2018 | IndieWire

The 14 Best Queer International Films of 2018

Although many are still seeking distribution, these foreign films prove LGBTQ stories don't have to skimp on quality.

Christian Malheiros - Google Search

Christian Malheiros - Google Search

How the Black Audio Film Collective Remixed Fact and Fiction

How the Black Audio Film Collective Remixed Fact and Fiction

Active between 1982 and 1998, the collective made over a dozen films about the personal and political experiences of people of color living in Britain.

Uncut Gems and the Messes We Make of our Dreams | Metrograph

Uncut Gems

Uncut Gems and the Messes We Make of our Dreams | Metrograph

At Sea, In Port, Up the River: Orson Welles’s Conrad Adaptations - Bright Lights Film Journal

At Sea, In Port, Up the River: Orson Welles’s Conrad Adaptations - Bright Lights Film Journal

Conrad was more than a mere influence. He was also a direct source of story material. Welles considered himself “made for Conrad” and frequently returned to Conrad’s original stories. Adaptation[...]

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Frank Zappa was so left, he was right | Movie Review | Chicago Reader

Frank Zappa was so left, he was right

A documentary profile of the avant-garage musician reveals his political conservatism.

The 10 Most Influential Films of the Decade (and 20 Other Favorites) - The New York Times

The 10 Most Influential Films of the Decade (and 20 Other Favorites) - The New York Times

The Film Comment Podcast: Queer Criticism

Moonlight | Barry Jenkins Interview

Barry Jenkins confirms his talent with a heartwrenching and gorgeous portrait of a man grappling with his sexuality in a rough corner of Miami ­­­­

Agnès Varda’s Extraordinary Cinematic Accomplishment | The New Yorker

Agnès Varda’s Extraordinary Cinematic Accomplishment

Richard Brody reviews “Varda by Agnès,” the late French filmmaker Agn``ès Varda’s last film, which is being released posthumously, this week.