Michael Glawogger makes movies about humans in a globalized world. Things don’t look good.
Director Hong Sang-soo talks about process, collaboration, and drinking, without wasting a syllable.
Damaged Goods on radical Godard-collaborator Jean-Pierre Gorin’s remarkable California Trilogy.
Damaged Goods talks to Wim Wenders about his most recent film Pina and his choice to film the late choreographer’s work in 3D.
Jerzy Skolimowski’s Deep End, in revival at BAM, throws viewers headfirst into a disorienting, isolating era. Craig Hubert explores the film’s bad-trip vibe.
The director’s varied career, the “wild energy” behind his films, and why he loves monsters.
“A movie without at least one live music performance is like a Pope without artificial teeth.” So says Finnish filmmaker Aki Kaurismäki in a conversation with Damaged Goods about his remarkable new film Le Havre.
Craig Hubert reports on Harun Farocki, “the best-known unknown filmmaker in Germany,” and his turbulent relationship with the image. A retrospective of Farocki’s work is in progress at Anthology Film Archives.
Craig Hubert discusses two gems from the 2011 New York Film Festival: Invasion, an Argentine film with a controversial past, and Dreileben, three conjoined horror films from three different directors.
Craig Hubert discusses The Warped World of Koreyoshi Kurahara, a box set gathering five Japanese New Wave films directed by Koreyoshi Kurahara.
Craig Hubert discusses Anthology Film Archives’ new film series, Talking Head.
“Don’t tell me the jive session has beat off without baby!” In this week’s Damaged Goods, Craig Hubert takes a stroll through pre-code Hollywood and highlights the feminine undertones of some classic films of the era.
In this week’s tasty, deep-fried Damaged Goods, Craig Hubert makes a feast of MoMA’s Les Blank retrospective, on through July 11.
In this week’s Damaged Goods, Craig Hubert explores directors Eric Rohmer and Jean Eustache, two archetypal members of the French New Wave.
In this week’s Damaged Goods, Craig Hubert discusses New Hollywood, Dennis Hopper’s Out of the Blue and Monte Hellman’s Cockfighter. Hellman’s mind-bending new film, Road to Nowhere, is out this Friday.
In the inaugural entry of his new column Damaged Goods, Craig Hubert discusses Went the Day Well?and United Red Army, two films with different perspectives on the complexities of war.
“Architecture is my past life.” Craig Hubert recaps Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s four hour “master class” at the New Museum last Sunday.
Since the late ’60s, Rudolph Wurlitzer has produced five novels and a dozen screenplays that, rather than simply begin and end, just happen. Craig Hubert talks to Wurlitzer about his recent retrospective at Anthology Film Archives and the audio book release of his novel Slow Fade, read by Will Oldham.