This year’s selections exhibit a scope and ambition that should continue to draw adventurous filmgoers for years to come.
The dramatist and his husband, producer Tom Kirdahy, discuss what makes Frankie and Johnny so enduring.
Harron’s background as a journalist and critic was apparent as we discussed her latest film.
Diversity is undoubtedly one of the strengths of the festival’s curation, as exemplified by films by Jodie Mack, Zhang Yang, and Jan Bonny.
Looking back at the song 30 years later, what stands out most is its bonkers musical arrangement and video.
The actors and filmmaker discuss the father-son relationship at the heart of the film.
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Fiennes discusses his affinity for Russian culture and exploring Nureyev’s life in nonlinear fashion.
As evangelistic as I tend to get about making new discoveries at TCMFF, the familiar can also be revelatory.
The Chinese filmmaker himself appears not to suffer any pressure to separate the experience of the film from his own visual ideas.
Then and now, the best examples of this genre continue to evoke humanity’s eternal fear of social disruption.
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The director and actor discuss how the film’s main character progressed from Denis’s imagination to Pattinson’s realization.
Leigh discusses the seemingly counterintuitive process of making a period film more contemporarily relevant by fully embracing the past.
Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, and Dave Grohl were prolific enough to produce some of the greatest rock songs ever put to tape.
On the occasion of the release of Shazam!, we ranked the seven titles in the DC Extended Universe from worst to best.
Varda spent the better part of her life ruminating on the nature of time, the interior and exterior lives of women, and the socially marginalized.
Jones discusses how he and his collaborators were able to inform Diane with such verisimilitude on a limited budget.
The actress speaks at length about the little pieces of herself that she sees in her character.
Jia discusses what he likes about digital video and how Zhao Tao helped bring her role to life.