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Feature

Bringing Us Back: Close-Up on "Weirdos"

Bruce McDonald’s coming-of-age road movie is a beautiful and poignant lament to the loss of adolescence.
Festival

Brooklyn's Indie Showcase: BAMcinemaFest 2018

Highlights from the Brooklyn festival which showcases some the best of the year's American independent film.
Interview

The Tale of the Passenger: Affonso Uchoa Discusses "Araby"

The director of the festival sleeper hit discusses the "James Dean" of Brazilian cinema, making fiction of reality, and new regional cinema.
Feature

Lonely at the Top: Luchino Visconti’s "Ludwig"

Visconti's opulent four-hour opus about King Ludwig II returns in a glorious new, restored 35mm print.
News

Rushes. "Don Quixote" No Longer Gilliam's, Critical Diversity, "Get Out" Vinyl

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

Elena Martín Introduces Her Film "Júlia Ist"

"The story of Júlia Ist comes from a desire to portray a youth experience in a very direct and immediate way."
Feature

A Man Apart: Close-Up on Paul Schrader's "Light Sleeper"

Paul Schrader's 1992 film is a mood piece on New York loneliness, probing the deeply serious question of how to live a life.
Column

Contemporary Chinese Cinema: Seattle's China Stars

This year's edition of the Seattle International Film Festival's special program devoted to Chinese-language films was the best yet.
Interview

Alan Rudolph and Keith Carradine in Conversation

Two legends of New Hollywood discuss "Ray Meets Helen," their many fruitful collaborations, a lifelong friendship, and much more.
Feature

Subject and Space: Close-Up on Heinz Emigholz's "Streetscapes [Dialogue]"

The "Streetscapes" series centerpiece is a retrospective introduction to its director's work, and a radical divergence from his practice.
Festival

The New Wave of True Fiction: LA OLA and Independent Cinema from Spain

Reality and fiction converge in new Spanish independent cinema.
Column

Movie Poster of the Week: Claude Sautet on MUBI

A selection of posters for the four films by the great French writer-director currently playing on MUBI USA.