Dir. R.W. Fassbinder (1974).
Predicated on the notion of a computer-generated reality populated by "identity units" who believe themselves human,... More >>
Dir. David and Albert Maysles (1975).
After a sequel, a musical, and an HBO remake, the Maysles greatest hitthis portrait of Edie... More >>
Dir. Jean-Pierre Melville (1966).
Known as Second Breath in English, this mid-period Melville opens with a Bressonian prison break,... More >>
Dir. Raoul Peck (2000).
The spirit of Oliver Stone hovers over Raoul Peck's passionate biopic of the African liberation martyr. As... More >>
Dir. Eve Annenberg (2010).
Mumblecore in mameloshn: The first Yiddish talkie produced in the US in nearly 60 years (and the first ever with... More >>
Dir. Robert Rossen (1961).
Solid and moody, this adult drama provided old lefty Robert Rossen a comeback of sorts; it also gave Paul... More >>
Dir. Jacques Tati (1967).
Jacques Tatis futuristic Paris, constructed on one of the most detailed and elaborate sets in the history of... More >>
Dir. Zhao Liang (2009).
Filmed over the course of a decade, Zhao Liangs documentary details the process by which Chinese citizens stubbornly... More >>
Dir. Tim Hunter (1986).
The strongest, funniest, most disturbing Reagan-era youth movie this side of Blue Velvet also features Dennis... More >>
Dir. Marie Harder (1930).
In this admirably straightforward (and hitherto unknown) example of Weimar cinemas New Objectivity, a middle-aged... More >>
Dir. Florin Serban (2010).
Youthful offender, only a week from release, gets a visit from his dysfunctional family and flips out big-time in this... More >>
Dir. Abel Ferrara (2007).
Set within the tawdry confines of Ray Rubys Paradise, an institution half Times Square titty bar, half... More >>
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