For the fourth piece in our short run series on the documentary work done under The Intercept’s Field of Vision banner, Jeremy Elphick looks at Paul Mason’s four-part look at the schism between Greece and the European Union.
THE ADVENTURE OF IRON PUSSY is a complete anomaly in Apitchatpong Weerasethakul’s career; one that is fascinating to watch amidst the context of the work from the director on either side of the film.
Zhang Yuan’s hazy romp through the titular city’s youth subcultures in BEIJING BASTARDS is one of the first independently produced films in China; subsequently becoming one of the defining films of the country’s cinematic underground.
This week on You Have to See… we look at Dušan Makavejev’s W.R. Mysteries of the Organism, a defining piece of Eastern Europe’s Black Wave era of cinema.
Our first ‘zero views’ film featured in Less Than (Five) Zero is George Gittoes’ masterful and riveting look at the Taliban’s anti-entertainment campaign in Pakistan.
For this week’s You Have to See…, we look at one of the defining works of modern Japanese absurdism in FUNKY FOREST.
Christopher Doyle’s Away With Words shows the cinematographer directing and writing the script of a Hong Kong tale of displacement. It results in one of his most complete efforts to date.
This week on You Have To See… we look at Nagisa Oshima’s remarkably transgressive and rebellious THE CEREMONY (1971).
In this week’s Less Than (Five) Zero, we look at one of Koreyoshi Kurahara’s less revered pieces, the Japanese New Wave off-cut I Hate But Love