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Josh & Benny Safdie on the Emotional Tornado of Making ‘Uncut Gems’ and How Martin Scorsese is Saving Cinema

We talk with the duo about their thrilling, humorous new film, following Adam Sandler’s character deep inside the world of NYC’s Diamond District.

The Best Documentaries of 2019

Epic concert films, the return of one of cinema’s longest-running franchises, explorations of the toll of modern war, a canine friendship for the ages, a vivid journey into space, the final film from a master director–these were just a few of the subjects and stories that this year’s documentary offerings brought us.

‘A Hidden Life’ Stars August Diehl & Valerie Pachner on Terrence Malick’s Process and the Battle for Morality

We talk to the stars of Terrence Malick’s A Hidden Life, a satisfyingly exhausting experience and an ode to Catholicism in which the viewer is asked to take a moral inventory throughout its three-hour runtime.

The Best Directorial Debuts of 2019

This year was an especially notable time for new directors making their stamp, and we’re highlighting the handful of 2019 debuts that most impressed us.

Albert Serra on the F*ckability of Movies and Europe’s Evisceration of Critical Thinking

We talk with the enfant terrible filmmaker behind Liberté and The Death of Louis XIV at the Thessaloniki film festival.

Kleber Mendonça Filho on ‘Bacurau’ and How the Brazilian Government is Destroying Culture

With three features to date, Brazilian filmmaker Kleber Mendonça Filho has distinguished himself as one of the most eclectic voices in world cinema. We caught up with the director at the Marrakech International Film Festival.

The Film Stage Show Ep. 377 – Marriage Story

We fight over the divorce drama from writer-director Noah Baumbach, starring Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver.

Christopher Doyle on Moving on From Wong Kar-wai, Constant Reinvention, and the Strange Journey of Life

One of the world’s greatest cinematographer is everything you’ve heard: verbose, profane, hilarious, immensely generous in sharing both intellect and time. As soon becomes clear, I decided to let him take our conversation where he wished.

New to Streaming: ‘Ad Astra,’ ‘Marriage Story,’ ‘Diamantino,’ and More

All the newly streaming films of Netflix, Amazon, MUBI, and more.

NYC Weekend Watch: Brazilian Cinema, ‘To the Wonder’ and ‘Thy Kingdom Come,’ Scorsese Non-Fiction & More

Since any New York City cinephile has a nearly suffocating wealth of theatrical options, we figured it’d be best to compile some of the more worthwhile repertory showings into one handy list. Displayed below are a few of the city’s most reliable theaters and links to screenings of their weekend offerings — films you’re not […]

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