We’re taking a look back at the song the Queen of Pop has perpetually made shiny and new.
Richter discusses how he connects his classical schooling to one of his other early passions: outer space.
The film image opens a space for both a reckoning with the old and the creation of the new.
The good horror film insists on the humanity that’s inextinguishable even by severe atrocity.
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Lapid discusses how he sought to confront audiences with questions about belonging, nationalism, and identity.
If zombies seem infinitely spongy as functional allegories, it’s their non-hierarchic function that retains the kernel of their monstrousness.
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The Oscar-nominated actor brought a sense of honor and dignity to every role he played.
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If cinema is, indeed, the domain of freedom, then the festival doesn’t see Netflix as the villain in that struggle.
Zombie discusses how he corrals his films’ furious sense of energy and how sex appeal can trump common moral sense.
A striking number of the titles that appeared in the festival’s competition slate this year operate in a playful, breezy register.
Hoberman discusses how the art of filmmaking, and the business of moviegoing, influenced, mirrored, and altered Reagan’s presidency.
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Onah and Harrison discuss their approach to creating the film’s central character and how they navigated his many dualities.
Even the most casual exchanges at the festival ended with some variation of a sentiment that arose as a mantra: “It’s complicated.”