Featuring selections by Sasha Bonét, Lisa Borst, Nicholas Elliott, Mark Harwood, and more.
A German play based on a French memoir reflects on the global Left’s abandonment of the working class—and finds additional significance in the Age of Trump.
“If someone hands over their repertory theater group to you, what are you going to do with them?”
Selections by Domenick Ammirati, Sebastian Black, Gabriele Beveridge, Amina Cain, Will Chancellor, Keith Connolly, Nicholas Elliott, Wendy Ewald, Joe Fyfe, Lindsay Hunter, Ellie Krakow, Evan Lavender-Smith, Jonathan Lethem, Rebekah Weikel, and Jack Whitten.
Two films tell the tragic story of reporter Christine Chubbuck’s on-air suicide in 1974.
“I don’t see myself as an ambassador of Chinese reality.”
“As soon as you film someone it accelerates the deterioration of love.”
American-born French director applies the paradox of the Baroque worldview to the composition of his films, and most recently, to La Sapienza. Nicholas Elliott probes Green’s interest in the tension between spirit and reason.
The American West meets a harsh ’80s reality.
Isolation, writer’s block, and break-ups on the road to success.
Discovering a cinema of civil war.
Emotion, both authentic and synthetic, in the films of the Taiwanese New Wave master.
Modern love in slow motion and black-and-white.
Politics, sex, and fire in this cinematic house of cards.
The editor-in-chief of Cahiers du Cinéma on Spielberg, politics, and the vitality of cinema.
Grémillon’s film presents the truth, which is political but rarely correct, if we understand “correct” to be the just order of things.