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Steven Soderbergh’s Liberace movie – mootedly his last – is not only a cracking time piece, but also carries apt echoes of Citizen Kane, finds Geoff Andrew.
Six of the best in this year’s genre showcase got to grips with distinctly grounded human concerns, reports Anton Bitel.
Ashley Clark digs into post-Sandy transmedia, robot documentarists, Vine, lolcats, Facebook-chat reconstructions, a crowdboggled Paul Verhoeven and much more at New York’s downtown film festival.
Paolo Sorrentino, Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi and James Toback show us the money. By Nick James.
James Toback, Rithy Panh and Claude Lanzmann offer mortal reflections and remembrance on the festival’s first Sunday, finds Geoff Andrew.
Kieron Corless sees Jia Zhangke take up arms, Koreeda Hirokazu turn class tables and Clio Barnard scrap and scrape on the outskirts of Bradford.
Geoff Andrew sees A Separation’s Asghar Farhadi lose his feet in Paris – and Alain Guiraudie find his in Provence.