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Video Sundays: South Korea’s First Woman Filmmaker, Park Nam-ok

Recommended viewing: “The Widow,” the first and last feature by South Korea’s first woman filmmaker, Park Nam-ok.
Feature

Nearer My Hong Sang-soo To Me

Discovering the South Korean director of “Hotel by the River” and “Grass” as a bingeably prolific and movingly personal filmmaker.
Feature

“It’s Tough To Be a Woman”: Close-Up on Sylvia Chang’s “Love Education”

Three generations of women collide in Sylvia Chang’s engrossing drama of love at different stages in life.
Feature

Uncanny Cats

From Edgar Allen Poe to Edgar G. Ulmer, and from Jacques Tourneur to Stephen King, cats are used to bring home the horror of the wilderness.
Interview

Hanging on the Word: A Conversation with Krzysztof Zanussi

The Polish auteur discusses the importance of words in film, working in Communist Poland, and “Ether,” his new film about an immoral doctor.
News

Cannes 2019. Lineup

The 72nd Cannes Film Festival has announced the lineup for the official selection.
News

Rushes: Cannes Honors Agnès Varda, “The Rise of Skywalker,” Claire Denis

This week’s essential news, articles, sounds, videos and more from the film world.
Interview

Passing the Baton; or, How Film Saved Frank Beauvais’s Life

“Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream” is an exorcism, a meditation, a diary of six months of loneliness with hope at the end of the tunnel.
Feature

A Year of Rest and Relaxation: “Relaxer” and the Cinema of Joel Potrykus

The cinema of Joel Potrykus and Ottessa Moshfegh’s novel “My Year of Rest and Relaxation” favor outsiders disconnected from modern life.
Feature

“High Life” and the Idea of “A Claire Denis Film”

The director’s new sci-fi confirms that popular notions about her style are useful but insufficient for describing such a diverse career.
Feature

Return of the (Un)Living Dead: “Pet Sematary”

Why has Stephen King’s 1983 novel been so difficult to adapt for the big screen?
Feature

Put Your Love in Me: Close-Up on Claire Denis’s “Bastards”

Blindness besets the characters of “Bastards,” a dark and labyrinthine noir from the director of “High Life.”