Fast and furious and Chicago-set and shot.
Maria Callas in her own words.
The blood of Germany. Generations of witches. Dance, dance, dance!
A celebration of Orson Welles’ joie de vivre in the face of stupid setback atop stupid setback
Robert Redford’s smile remains gentle grace.
Thrilling… from this distance.
Loss, loss, and loss are on the menu, and it’s a smorgasbord of talk.
Vigo’s body of work is small, but one of the most essential in all of cinema.
After fifty years, “The Other Side of the Wind” is a fascinating approximation of one of Orson Welles’ best-known works he left unfinished.
A sense of scent and a range of strange from Sweden’s best foreign-language film submission.