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Bombast: You Say You Want a Revolution?

By Nick Pinkerton on Jul 3, 2015

Star-spangled to death: the historical truthiness of film and television set during American Independence

The New Issue: July/August 2015

By Film Comment on Jul 1, 2015

Noah Baumbach on Mistress America, Kent Jones on Pedro Costa's Horse Money, Amy Taubin on The Diary of a Teenage Girl, multiple views from Cannes, and more

NYAFF: 2 Tough Guys

By Marc Walkow on Jul 1, 2015

Battles with masculinity: the films of Ken Takakura and Bunta Sugawara, rarely screened outside of Japan, get their due in an NYAFF tribute

Cannes Interview: Alice Winocour

By Yonca Talu on Jul 1, 2015

The French director of Maryland (aka Disorder) talks about her nervewracking, ambient thriller starring Matthias Schoenaerts as a veteran turned bodyguard


Cannes Interview: Miguel Gomes

By Nicolas Rapold on Jul 1, 2015

Keep talking: the Portuguese filmmaker chats about Arabian Nights, his crazy-quilt three-volume work in Directors' Fortnight

Film of the Week: Amy

By Jonathan Romney on Jul 1, 2015

Witnesses to the persecution: Asif Kapadia's wrenching found-footage chronicle of Amy Winehouse's rise and fall inventories the gawkers and vultures around her

Deep Focus: Terminator Genisys

By Michael Sragow on Jul 1, 2015

It's a bug not a feature: the latest installment of the Terminator series repeats the main programming error of the franchise

Festivals: True/False

By Nicolas Rapold on Jun 30, 2015

As eclectic and respected as ever, the Missouri festival presented another cannily curated slate of films drawn from around the world, but does its reputation hold up?

Interview: Piotr Szulkin

By Ela Bittencourt on Jun 29, 2015

Other worlds: an extensive, rare interview with Poland's master of allegorical science fiction during and after Communism

Film of the Week: The Princess of France

By Jonathan Romney on Jun 29, 2015

Play's the thing: Matías Piñeiro's new Shakespearean feature stages an intricate romantic dance that exults in language and the enigma of attraction

Interview: Matías Piñeiro

By Dan Sullivan on Jun 26, 2015

The director of The Princess of France discusses his elastic, idiosyncratic approach to storytelling and the play of language

Interview: Penelope Spheeris

By Nick Pinkerton on Jun 25, 2015

The director of punk/metal epic The Decline of Western Civilization, Suburbia, and Wayne's World remembers when the music broke (and why the DVDs took so long)

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Touch of Evil

From a Summer 1971 special section on Orson Welles: where (and what) is “Mexico”?

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