His latest film feels more like a track on a greatest hits album than a fresh discovery.
Tag: Michael Haneke
The Chicago Film Critics Festival, the rest of our new movie reviews, and this week’s notable screenings
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
A half century of CIFF milestones, from Scorsese’s debut to Lee Daniels’s achievement award
The Reader digs through the Chicago International Film Festival’s archives to assemble a time line covering the fest’s 50 years.
Chicago in the future, the underground in Chicago, and the rest of this week’s movies
Noting new and notable films screening in Chicago from 3/28 to 4/3
Year in review: 2013 at the movies
Year in review: J.R. Jones and Ben Sachs each pick their top ten.
The birth of cinema verite, and the rest of this week’s movies
Previewing notable film screenings in Chicago from January 11-17
Till death do us part
In Michael Haneke’s Amour, a husband and wife face their last days together.
Getting uncomfortable with Rick Alverson, director of The Comedy
An interview with the Virginia-based independent filmmaker
Dinner & a Show: Thursday, 1/21
Recommended events paired with nearby restaurants.
TIFF Review: Short Takes
I’ve been at the Toronto International Film Festival for four full days now, watching four movies a day, and these suckers are starting to pile up. So I’m going to bang out some capsule reviews, starting with my favorites so far. Soul Kitchen
Games people play
Michael Haneke’s messing with your head; here’s how NOT to play along.
As long as we’ve a middle class to discomfit, there’ll always be Michael Hanekes around to do it.