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Interview: Jean Paul Civeyrac

By Nicholas Elliott on Mar 6, 2015

The director of My Friend Victoria discusses his approach to adapting Doris Lessing and race in France

The New Issue: March/April 2015

By Film Comment on Mar 5, 2015

Bertrand Bonello's Saint Laurent, the 40th annual Grosses Gloss, Kent Jones on film criticism and acting, Howard Hampton on Clouds of Sils Maria, and more

Films of the Week: Two from Rendez-Vous

By Jonathan Romney on Mar 4, 2015

Jean Paul Civeyrac's beautiful but biting My Friend Victoria and Christophe Honoré's reimagining of Ovid's Metamorphoses

Kaiju Shakedown: Story of Sorrow and Sadness

By Grady Hendrix on Mar 4, 2015

Mad men (and the women they torture for financial gain): Seijun Suzuki's outlandish, anti-advertising 1977 tour de force

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Review: The Lesson

By Hans Morgenstern on Mar 4, 2015

Crime and disillusionment: Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov's allegorical tale of debt, set during Bulgaria's transition to democracy, is low-key and earnest

Interview: Cristián Jiménez

By Alejandro Veciana on Mar 3, 2015

Unspoken consequences: the writer/director of Voice Over, which screens as part of Film Comment Selects, speaks about his sociological approach to divorce drama

ND/NF Interview: Joel Potrykus

By Jordan Osterer on Mar 2, 2015

Getting to the heart of Buzzard's nerd-rage-prone antihero with its writer, director, and co-star

Film Comment Selects: Nils Malmros

By Max Nelson on Feb 27, 2015

The getting of wisdom: on the Danish auteur's deeply personal cinema and rare insights into childhood (and beyond)

Notebook: An Evening with Tom McCarthy

By Jackson Arn on Feb 27, 2015

Double détournement: a screening of Burroughs's Towers Open Fire and Grimonprez's Dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y, with commentary from the novelist

Interview: David Cronenberg

By Graham Fuller on Feb 26, 2015

Heavenly bodies: the filmmaker discusses the intersection of power, family, lies, and (career) death in Maps to the Stars

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