With the release of The Criterion Collection's "World of Wong Kar Wai" set, we look at how Hong Kong's King of Cool has built an inimitable career on repetition and iteration.
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Author: Luke Hicks
Pure, five-time-distilled heartache overshadows dynamic direction and a banger soundtrack.
Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga glow in grey in Harlem Renaissance-era New York City.
Pascual Sisto shows directorial prowess with his first feature, but what is it all about?
From the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, we review 'Cryptozoo,' the latest from Shaw and animation director Jane Samborski.
The writer-director's debut feature, 'Saint Maud,' is finally coming to US screens. We got on the phone with her nearly a year ago.
"Once you overcome the one-inch tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films." - Bong Joon-ho accepting another award.
When it comes to Todd Haynes, Ed Lachman, and color, “There are no accidents.”
In a year when we really needed a laugh, these movies granted us that, albeit mostly amidst dark and bittersweet themes.
'Twas the year of Giuliani humiliation and all through the land, not a creature wasn't laughing, not even Republicans.