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91st Academy Awards. Nominations

And the nominees are...
Review

Review: Three Characters in Search of an Author—M. Night Shyamalan's "Glass"

The follow-up to _Unbreakable_ and _Split_ is a frustrating, stylized anti-superhero movie.
Feature

Throw a Problem at a Situation: The Films of Elaine May

A new retrospective focuses much-needed attention on a great director who spent her too-short career battling studios, moneymen and critics.
Feature

Moody Blues: Music from the Films of Bertrand Bonello

Now out on limited edition vinyl are the original soundtracks composed by the French director known for _House of Tolerance_ and _Nocturama_.
Video

Video Essay. Anaphora: Martin Scorsese's "The Color of Money"

Paul Newman and Tom Cruise's film was perhaps the last thing anyone expected Scorsese to make—but it's one of his most endearing works.
Feature

Close-Up on Jean Rouch's "The Lion Hunters"

Rouch plays with the truth to achieve higher meaning in his documentary about lion hunting on the borders of Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso.
Feature

Big Wrench

Sydney Stutterheim looks at the brief but feverish obsession behind this 1980 video by Chris Burden.
News

SXSW 2019. Lineup

New films by Harmony Korine, Robert Rodriguez, and an animated series by David Fincher will premiere at this year's edition of SXSW.
News

Rushes. Bill Murray and Sofia Coppola Reunite, "High Life" Trailer, 1999

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

Wicked West: Close-Up on Neïl Beloufa’s "Occidental"

Neïl Beloufa’s second feature takes a bite of the poison of our times, blending thriller and comedy to avoid the notion of static identity.
Review

Review: Imitation of Life—Robert Zemeckis' "Welcome to Marwen"

Live action reality and motion-captured WW2 fantasy combine in this eccentric adaptation of a true story by the director of _Forrest Gump_.
Feature

Filming the Invisible: An Introduction to Pierre-Yves Vandeweerd

The Belgian's documentaries showcase a metaphysical approach to remote locations and subjects exploring the psychological effects of trauma.