Beyond the therapeutic, enjoying horror films is a perfect form of both individual and collective ritual, as we come together to enjoy the many thrills that the cinema can offer us.
The director discusses his film "Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy," and his approach to rehearsals, melodrama, comedy, and trauma in his work.
Joel Coen's solo directed, dread-filled adaptation stars Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand as older, wearier leaders.
The Palme d'Or winning "Titane" is a physical provocation that challenges the viewer to consider the path ahead.
A meditative look at how Hou Hsiao-hsien portrays women, with a focus on their labor, throughout his filmography.
Venice absorbed the challenges of a pandemic-era festival and showed a richly rewarding Competition and mind-boggling Out of Competition.
The annual round-up of posters for the main slate of the NYFF.
The many faces in movie posters of the late, great French cinema icon.
Written by Patrick Holzapfel
As the Venice Film Festival wraps its second pandemic edition, final thoughts on the past ten days, the awards, and two last highlights.
Venice Dispatch: Matuszyński’s “Leave No Traces,” Diwan’s “Happening,” Plá and Santullo’s “The Other Tom”
On the eve of the awards ceremony, three cries for justice—from Poland, France, and the US—crackle with anger and life-affirming energy.