Review: VARDA BY AGNES is a Fitting Farewell for Iconic French Director
Agnes Varda’s final film is a thoughtful, ego-free celebration of the French New Wave director’s magnificent achievements.
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Palestinian director Muayad Alayan’s new film provides a refreshing and complex perspective on an extramarital affair in divided Jerusalem.
Inspired by the speech Richard Nixon would have given if the Apollo 11 mission ended in disaster, Others Will Follow reflects on the inspirational impact of interplanetary travel.
Dominated by long-winded speeches and forgettable characters, Peterloo marks a rare misstep for director Mike Leigh.
Last week two American states—Alabama and Georgia—voted in harsh new abortion laws. The law in Alabama will make abortion illegal in all cases—including rape—except for when necessary to save a mother’s life (at the discretion of her doctor). Georgia, meanwhile, passed a “heartbeat” bill, making abortion illegal after 6 weeks, and also includes no exception […]
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He may be an Academy Award winner whose work is revered the world over, but that doesn’t make him feel like any less of a failure.