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Feature

The Shaw Brothers’ Sisters: Filmmakers at a Fallen Studio

A series at New York’s Metrograph focuses on the women directors whose bold and eccentric films were distributed by the Shaw Brothers.
Interview

Troubled Souls: Sergio da Costa and Maya Kosa Discuss ‘’Bird Island’’

The filmmakers set their new film in a bird shelter and create a melancholic parable of salvation to portrait our times.
Column

“Neon Genesis Evangelion”—“Rebuild of Evangelion”: It’s Happening Again

The conclusion and epilogue to a series of essays covering Hideaki Anno’s landmark mecha-anime.
News

Rushes: The Matrix Rebooted, Hitchcock’s Special Effects, “Mindhunter” Season 2

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

A Conversation with Danièle Huillet and Jean-Marie Straub about “Class Relations”

A new translated interview between the filmmakers and Hans Hurch about their adaptation of Kafka’s novel “Amerika.”
Feature

Duty to Love: Close-Up on Elizaveta Stishova’s “Suleiman Mountain”

In her debut, Russian director Elizaveta Stishova journeys to mountainous Osh, Kyrgyzstan to explore the most unconventional of families.
Feature

“Not Quite Soviet, Not Quite Western”: Close-Up on Kirill Serebrennikov’s “Leto”

Soviet ideals meet the youth of the 1980s and the latest rock and roll music in Kirill Serebrennikov’s exuberant black and white drama.
Column

“Neon Genesis Evangelion”—“The End of Evangelion”: Tumbling Down

Hideaki Anno’s “The End of Evangelion” ushers in the apocalypse—and the end of a series—with a life-affirming acceptance of death.
Interview

The Darkness of Times: Eloy Enciso Discusses “Endless Night”

Eloy Enciso sets his new film in the past to be able to look back to the present days of his country and to the unfolding of history.
Festival

Locarno 2019. Vital Transmissions

Three of the festival’s best premieres—“Endless Night,” “The Tree House,” and Pedro Costa’s “Vitalina Varela”—boldly revive the past.
Festival

Locarno 2019. Losing Teen Spirit: Tyler Taormina’s “Ham on Rye”

An American feature debut takes generic American suburbia and the last-night-of-high-school genre and takes it to a very weird place.
News

Rushes: “A Hidden Life” Trailer, Arthur Jafa, Sci-Fi in Bollywood

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