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Stephen Frears on Depicting an Intimate, Unusual Friendship in ‘Victoria & Abdul’

In 1887, a 24-year-old Indian man named Abdul Karim traveled from his home country to England, to be a servant for Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee.


New to Streaming: ‘A Ghost Story,’ ‘Carol,’ ‘The Death of Louis XIV,’ and More

All the newly streaming films on Netflix, FilmStruck, Amazon, and more.


‘Woodshock’ Directors on Creating Their Hallucinatory Directorial Debut

We talk to Kate and Laura Mulleavy about how their work in fashion shaped their film, their influences, and how Dunst almost became the third sibling.


The Mythic Power of ‘The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford’

On its 10th anniversary, we revisit Andrew Dominik’s neo-western masterpiece.


‘Resident Evil: Extinction’ and Paul W.S. Anderson’s Dawn of Self-Awareness

On its 10th anniversary, we look at the Resident Evil film that marked a key development for Paul W.S. Anderson.


Frederick Wiseman on ‘Ex Libris,’ the Democracy of Libraries, and Why His Films Would Never Work as a TV Series

We sit down with the idiosyncratic filmmaker to discuss the reasons why he wanted to tell the story of the NYPL, how his films are influenced by literature, and how he’s developed an eye for discovering larger than life characters.


Kelly Reichardt on Nature, Politics, and What She’d Change About Documentary Filmmaking

With her MoMA retrospective underway, we talk to the great American filmmaker behind Certain Women, Wendy and Lucy, and more.


Darren Aronofsky’s ‘mother!’ and the Insidious Effects of Explainer Culture

Has the death of the author led not to the embracing of personal points of view but rather the birth of the explainer?


The Best Films at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival

We highlight our favorite films from this year’s TIFF.

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