Pivot Gang cofounder Joseph Chilliams released his debut, Henry Church, in August, after months of career highs and personal lows—including the death of friend and collaborator Dinner With John.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
The great French filmmaker, who passed away yesterday at 91, transformed the screening environment into a portal to the subconscious.
Noting three upcoming revival screenings at the suburban library
Taking a first crack at his latest (but not last) feature, You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet, screening tonight at the European Union Film Festival
An overview of the class I’ll be teaching on French director Alain Resnais
Movies Show: Melo Alain Resnais’ incomparable masterpiece is bound to baffle spectators who insist on regarding him as an intellectual rather than an emotional director; in his 11th feature, he adapts a 1929 boulevard melodrama by a forgotten playwright named Henry Bernstein, and holds so close to this “dated” and seemingly unremarkable play that theatrical […]