Béatrice Dalle and Charlotte Gainsbourg star in the infamous French filmmaker’s treatise on cinema.
“The movie supposes what we all know but wish to forget: that being a child does not free you from violence, pain or grief, just as being a parent doesn’t imbue you with magical powers that exempt you from suffering and depression.”
We spoke to Norwegian filmmaker Eskil Vogt, a long-time collaborator of Joachim Trier and co-writer of The Worst Person in the World, about casting, childhood fears and superpowers.
The return of Kids in the Hall, The Essex Serpent starring Tom Hiddleston and Claire Danes, seasons 2 & 3 of Zelensky’s Servant of the People and more.
It’s the start of the first blockbuster summer in three years, but May also brings exciting titles from Céline Sciamma, Alex Garland, Gaspar Noé, Apichatpong Weerasethakul and more.
Despite fleeting hints of filmmaking character, Disney’s iron fist means there’s no room to breathe in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
We spoke to the actor, whose credits include Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and The Goonies, about why this film and this moment made his comeback a no-brainer.
“A film rarely nails the anxiety and paranoia of living in a sick society as well as this one does.”
Despite a conventional structure and rosy rearview, an all-star cast of talking heads makes Lisa Hurwitz’s documentary pretty compelling.
Robert Eggers continues to explore his fascination with the intersection of the folkloric and the grotesque in his Viking revenge film.