Why worry about the finances of the international film industry? It’s all ones and zeroes, ones and zeroes, one story at a time.
Eleven films on 70; forty-seven films from twenty-seven EU nations; and three singularities from Romania, the bayou and Chicago, Illinois.
Lavishing in moments both secret and shared, rippling with textures and gestures, Sciamma’s film of essences is essential.
“Mysteries of capitalism” and the gambler’s drive: Adam Sandler and the Safdies toss a doozy into our laps.
Siskel marks its thirtieth year of films from Iran; blasts from the past from Otto Preminger, Brian De Palma, Anthony Mann and Rudy Ray Moore.
Stylish French filmmaker delves into Haitian voodoo and colonialist legacy: conversation ensues.
Lovingly lurid adaptation of a 1927 H. P. Lovecraft story from the too-long missing director of “Hardware” and “Dust Devil.”
In its extended production, James Westby’s documentary about the lure and smell of videostores outlasted many of its locations, but movie love endures.
The “modern” is all around us, but often, variations, visions, breakthroughs go unrecognized.
The heartbeat of two soldiers racing against time in World War I.