Manoel de Oliveira suggests that there is no place like home and certainly no better place to die.
Catherine Breillat’s film is a startling vision of the prickly crawlspace between innocence and sexual awakening.
Mulholland Drive is a haunting, selfish masterpiece that literalizes the theory of surrealism as perpetual dream state.
Warm Water Under a Red Bridge is Shohei Imamura’s delirious ode to the female orgasm.
The film works both as art-house spooker and political allegory.
Old school meets new school at the festival, where a formidable faction of Nouvelle Vague auteurs and their upstarts overwhelm the program.
Lucrecia Martel’s La Ciénaga is a stunning affront to bourgeois complacency.