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David Levine by James N. Kienitz Wilkins
David Levine Bomb 01

Body swapping, infinite loops, and ’70s conspiracy thrillers haunt the dynamic performances of a movie-loving artist and the actors he works with.

Bound by Cinema by Daniel Bird
Andrzej Zulawski Bomb 1

On the fiery filmmaker Andrzej Żuławski and his final work—Cosmos.

Arnaud Desplechin by Anya Jaremko-Greenwold
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“I wanted to build the script as if we were entering into a brain or a memory, where you have separate elements existing in the same time and you don’t understand the logic.”

Radu Muntean by Gary M. Kramer
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”Everyone operates in their own world.“

Mathieu Amalric by Nicholas Elliott
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“As soon as you film someone it accelerates the deterioration of love.”

John Magary by Paul Dallas
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“My dream of a movie is to end on a note of 100% ambivalence.”

Alex Ross Perry by Anya Jaremko-Greenwold
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“This is not a movie that invites you to really empathize with these characters, nor is that the point.”

Whit Stillman and Chris Eigeman by Gary M. Kramer
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“The reviews, even the positive ones, said, ‘You won’t like these people, and nothing happens,’ and yet we benefit from those expectations.”

Tsai Ming-liang by Gary M. Kramer
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Creation, bathrooms, and Buddhism.

Olivier Assayas by Alex Zafiris
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Time, sharing pain, and theater versus cinema.

Kornél Mundruczó by Anya Jaremko-Greenwold
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Wild dogs, revolution, and humanism.

Lisandro Alonso by Nicholas Elliott
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Where the horse opera meets a fairy tale.

Lawrence Michael Levine by Gary M. Kramer
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The fine art of the romantic-comedy-thriller-mystery.

Bruno Dumont by Nicholas Elliott
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“Chiaroscuro levels of thought.”

Eugène Green by Nicholas Elliott
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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.

Mathieu Amalric by Liza Béar
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The Blue Room, Simenon, and non-linear narrative.

Paper Clip #24 by Tyler Curtis
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Paper Clip is a weekly compilation of online articles, artifacts and other—old, new, and sometimes BOMB-related.

Sam Fleischner by Liza Béar

Sam Fleischner discusses the dramatic process of completing his new film Stand Clear of the Closing Doors.

Margarethe von Trotta and Barbara Sukowa by Sabine Russ
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Von Trotta and actress Barbara Sukowa discuss their history together, the role of radical women in Germany and their latest film, Hannah Arendt.

Rachid Djaïdani by Reeck Laura
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JRachid Djaïdani discusses his new film Rengaine (Hold Back), and the advantages and hazards of guerrilla filmmaking.

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