Tony Palmer’s documentary on Leonard Cohen’s near-disastrous 1972 European tour acts, somewhat inadvertently, as a strong testament to the quirky authenticity of Cohen’s artistic persona.
A personal reflection on the work of Chantal Akerman, one year on from her passing.
We wrap up our extensive coverage of the 69th Locarno Film Festival with reflections on our favourites parts of the festival and excerpts from the various interviews we conducted throughout.
In this feature piece we look at some of the films on offer in Toronto International Film Festival’s eclectic Short Cuts programme, including the latest from Jia Zhangke and a strong showing of shorts by Aboriginal filmmakers.
Tara Judah, a Curator for the Cinema Rediscovered festival in Bristol, England, writes on Kathleen Collins’ Losing Ground and Bill Gunn’s Ganja & Hess.
Today is the 30th anniversary of the American release of David Cronenberg’s THE FLY. In this feature piece, Emma Westwood looks at the film’s production and legacy.
Tara Judah, a Curator for the Cinema Rediscovered festival in Bristol, England, writes on Anthony Harvey’s extraordinary film DUTCHMAN.
Alexandra Heller-Nicholas dives deep into the underseen and oft-underappreciated films of director Elaine May, whose A NEW LEAF screened at Melbourne International Film Festival this year.
Our contributors offer up their picks for the best films to see at this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival.
A mysterious download link released online today leads to THE WAS, a collage film collaboration between Australian video artists Soda_Jerk and The Avalanches.