It succeeds in highlighting this tenet of their work, making it a valuable introduction not just to their unique lives and groundbreaking studies, but also to their own singular artistry.
“You think of Agnès Varda as this woman going places that not a lot of filmmakers were going at that time.”
FilmStruck presents the films of influential French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville.
Films by Hitchcock, Cukor, and Minnelli turn up on this list of classics from before the Stonewall era.
Filmstruck presents the musical films of French master Jacques Demy.
The Gene Siskel Film Center begins a five-week retrospective of the director’s work this weekend.
The latest from Chilean-born, New York-based filmmaker Sebastian Silva is currently playing at the Music Box.
Would I have been more favorably disposed toward Rick Famuyiwa’s teen picture if it had been in French?
Five in the wave: The top five early Godard films
Two films by the great French filmmaker are playing around town in the next four days.
Noah Baumbach’s entertaining new comedy pays tribute to 60s French New Wave films, but to what end?
Is Resident Evil the work of a “vulgar auteur,” or just plain vulgar?
Revisiting Claude Chabrol’s second film in light of Alex Ross Perry’s The Color Wheel
A preview of Eric Rohmer’s first feature, The Sign of Leo, playing at Block Cinema this week
A preview of the Mexican crime film Miss Bala, which opens tomorrow