Anton Bitel explores the outer edges of Eastern identity at the Pan-Asia Film Festival.
How Japan’s modern master revives our taste for everyday life.
Wendell B. Harris’s Chameleon Street is a gloriously strange one-off that deserves to be enjoyed by a new generation, says Ashley Clark.
In our rolling-news age, Kathryn Bigelow’s thriller arrives only 18 months after the bin Laden kill mission it depicts. Is such haste at the expense of perspective, asks Michael Atkinson?
Kevin B. Lee considers the digital circus mastery of Hollywood’s leading computer-generated-animal engineers.
Tracking a journey of camera journeys from Hard Eight to There Will Be Blood, Kevin B. Lee wonders if the director has put away showy things.