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The artist’s films at Camden Arts Centre evoke anxiety in the face of world events and the tenderness of collective living

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

At last, MoMA has restored the dancer, choreographer and filmmaker’s 1980s classic

By Andrew Durbin

Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is full of other movies, yet it ignores the political and dialectical history of movies themselves

By Masha Tupitsyn

Narratively, the ‘choose your own adventure’ film is a dead-end, with repetition and wheel-spinning increasingly producing frustration

By Vadim Rizov

Director Yorgos Lanthimos does away with the prudish niceties of the Merchant Ivory format with satisfying energy

By Ian Bourland

The 16th edition of the festival peddles a political cinematography of hope, honesty and humility

By Mitch Speed

London

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Isao Takahata’s landmark 1988 anime, which now receives its US theatrical release, crafts a dark moral universe through moments of poignant stillne

By Darran Anderson

In decontextualizing the former Vice President from geo-political circumstance, Adam McKay’s film threatens to add gloss to Cheney’s reputatio

By John Menick

‘By its closing scenes, I felt compelled to stand up and clap’

By Yung Ma

Workshopping a new book project at Porto/Post/Doc, the theorist and filmmaker who diagnosed how Hollywood reinforced patriarchal codes

By Ela Bittencourt

It’s possible to think of the director as a troll first and serious director second – this is understandable, but regrettable

By Vadim Rizov