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ZAMA: New Beginnings, Old Myths

Director Lucrecia Martel's first film in a decade is an opaque and potentially challenging film that is best appreciated as a purely sensory experience.

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CLAIRE’S CAMERA: The Compelling Unfamiliarity Of Hong’s Honesty

Watching Claire’s Camera feels like watching a film being made right in front of you with director Hong laying bare his cinematic style in

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WESTERN: The Man With No Home

Western is Valeska Grisebach's homage to the classic genre, focusing on a group of German construction workers in Bulgaria while playing with themes of

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SXSW Review: FIRST REFORMED: The Culmination Of Schrader's Career

First Reformed had its U.S. premiere at SXSW, with Paul Schrader and Ethan Hawke in attendance. First Reformed brings Paul Schrader's career to a

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Adventures in Austin: A Love Letter From SXSW

Shawn Glinis reviews the two films he saw on the Monday of SXSW: Bo Burnham's Eighth Grade and Bart Layton's American Animals.

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Adventures in Austin: A Love Letter From SXSW

On Sunday, Shawn Glinis attended Barry Jenkins' keynote speech, a conversation between Richard Linklater and french auteur Olivier Assayas and saw several films.

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Adventures in Austin: A Love Letter From SXSW

Shawn Glinis attended the Westworld panel which was a complete whirlwind, and saw Spike Lee's new joint at the Alamo Drafthouse. This is a

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THEY REMAIN: A Dim, Lulling Drone

They Remain lives in the shadows of many similar films that came before it, but it's not quite as captivating as any of those

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THE 15:17 TO PARIS: A Messy, Bizarre and Formalistically Daring Masterpiece

Clint Eastwood's The 15:17 to Paris has been largely trashed by critics. However, the director's latest film is one of the most formalistically radical

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The Insistent Heteronormativity Of THE SHAPE OF WATER

The Shape of Water, Guillermo del Toro’s tenth feature-length film is his most lauded since 2004’s Pan’s Labyrinth. It led all Golden Globes nominees

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