The short film offers a rare glance into Jean-Luc Godard's process in constructing his essay films.

New York 2023 Review: IN WATER Is Out of Focus

Director Hong Sang-soo's latest film.

REMEMBERING EVERY NIGHT Review: Life's Hidden Pleasures

Kiyohara Yui's sophomore film stars Hyodo Kumi, Mikami Ai and Ohba Manami.

Hey New York! Jean Grémillon x2 4K Restoration at Metrograph

'Lady Killer' and 'The Strange Mister Victor,' beautifully restored in 4K, will have exclusive two-week theatrical runs.

PASSAGES Review: A Sexy, Bracing Depiction of Modern Relationships

Franz Rogowski, Ben Whishaw, and Adèle Exarchopoulos star in a new film by Ira Sachs.

Japan Cuts 2023 Preview: Come Celebrate the Return of All In-Person Screenings!

Japan Society's Japan Cuts: The Festival of New Japanese Film is back in its 16th year. It marks the first all in-person festival since 2019! From July 26-Aug 6, this year’s festival features over 25 films from major blockbusters to...

Review: STREETWISE, Neon Colored, Rain Soaked Chinese Neo Noir

Na Jiazuo directed the Chinese-language neo-noir, starring Li Jiuxiao, Huang Miyi, Sha Baoliang, and Yao Lu.

AFIRE Interview: Paula Beer on Director Christian Petzold, His Methods, and Why It Was Fun to Play Her Character

"I understood his wish for taking all the drama of the world away and trying to introduce this light ambience to the world. But of course it's Christian, so I knew it would dig into a deeper level, not some random light story."

ScreenAnarchy's Top 10 Films Of The First Half Of 2023

Thanks to February being so short, the first of July is technically still in the first half of the year. It was only yesterday at noon that we all moved into the second half, but we're here now and that...

THE PASSENGERS OF THE NIGHT Review: Gentle, Nostalgic Tribute to 80s Paris

Charlotte Gainsbourg stars in a family drama set in 1980s Paris, directed by Mikhaël Hers.

Cannes 2023 Review: OMEN (AUGURE) Paints Kaleidoscopic Africa Here and Now

Belgian rapper Baloji's film stars Marc Zinga, Eliane Umuhire and Marcel Otete Kabeya.

Cannes 2023 Review: THE OTHER LAURENS, Deadpan Belgian Neo-Noir with Visual Flair

Olivier Rabourdin and Louise Leroy star; Claude Schmitz directed.

Cannes 2023 Review: CREATURA, Frightening Female Sexuality

Director Elena Martîn Gimeno gives a committed, bracing performance in her film, without sensationalizing its subject.

WHITE BUILDING Review: Beautiful Elegy to a Not So Distant Past

Piseth Chhun stars in Kavich Neang's feature directorial debut, set in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

THE EIGHT MOUNTAINS Review: Of Men and Friendship

Felix van Gronigen and Charlotte Vandermeersch directed; Luca Marinelli and Alessandro Borghi star in an an affecting epic tale of male friendship that is quite rare to see in films these days.

Calgary Underground 2023: Curtain Raiser

With the Calgary Underground Film Festival (CUFF) getting underway today, and continuing until April 30, we are pleased to offer a sampling of the more sumptuous genre, documentary and live event offerings over the next 11 days. The festival...

DRY GROUND BURNING Review: A Cinematic Act of Political Defiance

Directors Joana Pimenta and Adirley Queirós fluidly combine fictional elements with reality, highlighting the lives of people in Sol Nascente that are often stranger than fiction.

TWILIGHT Review: 4K Restoration, Forgotten Hungarian Masterpiece

Hungarian filmmaker György Fehér's seldom seen 1990 masterpiece, Twilight, gets a 4K restoration treatment by the Hungarian Film Institute and distributed by Arbelos.  The LA-based distribution and restoration company is known for their 4K rerelease of such classics as Dennis...

SHOWING UP Review: Wry Creator Compulsion Comedy

Michelle Williams, Hong Chau and Judd Hirsch star; Kelly Reichardt directed.

THE LINE Review: Ursula Meier's Dysfunctional Family Drama

Swiss director Ursula Meier examines what constitutes home, and its physical and metaphorical boundaries in this intense family drama.