We look at Agnes Varda’s underseen One Hundred and One Nights, a film made to celebrate the centenary of cinema in 1995.
Jacques Demy’s A SLIGHTLY PREGNANT MAN turns its one-line premise into something quite enjoyable through progressive satire and Mastroianni’s fun performance.
Jesse Moss’ debut documentary feature centers on a con artist whose ambitions seem both relatable and, more importantly, strangely honourable.
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.
Christopher Wilcha’s intimate look at the inner workings of Columbia Record Club is a wryly funny and engaging act of creative rebellion within a corporate structure.
This week in Less That (Five) Zero, we look at Vittorio De Sica’s influential but lesser known anthology film from 1954, THE GOLD OF NAPLES
This week on Less Than (Five) Zero we look at a forgotten gem of German cinema, Peter Lorre’s companion piece to Lang’s M, DER VERLORENE.
This week on Less Than (Five) Zero we look at a film from the maker of cult hit HAUSU, Nobuhiko Obayashi’s playful genre-bending superhero film SCHOOL IN THE CROSSHAIRS.
This week on Less Than (Five) Zero we look at the debut feature from DOGTOOTH helmer Yorgos Lanthimos, the character triptych KINETTA.
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