Dreams within dreams, and sixty years of reckoning: Alain Resnais’ “Last Year at Marienbad” remains a captivating thundercrack.
Christo is risen.
Pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché gets spoken of in cluttered new documentary.
A trip and a journey and free jazz in verdant Hawaii.
A nameless Detroit comic (Warren Beatty) is set loose in the gangster underworld of Richard J. Daley’s 1960s Chicago.
Life imitates art, once more, always: another bittersweet comedy of terroirs from the effortless Olivier Assayas.
A labyrinth of expansive, self-contained hand-to-hand setpieces in a post-“Matrix,” post-“The Raid” New York neon nightscape.
Kartemquin’s got a new executive director.
“We want each year to be better than the one before, and that means more ambitious planning with each year.”
“It’s a very imperfect survey, at best, of the local independent film landscape.”