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  • 2 months ago | Film and TV

    Jauja Revered Argentine filmmaker Lisandro Alonso returns after 2008's exquisite Liverpool with Jauja, his most astonishing film yet. While no less oblique than its predecessors, Jauja finds Alonso working for the first time with an international ...

  • Seventy-year-old artist and activist Lily Yeh, the subject of the documentary The Barefoot Artist, has a great deal of conviction in the therapeutic value of art. The Chinese-born landscape painter, we learn, travels the world to offer the...

  • In 1985, philanthropist Stan Brock founded Remote Area Medical, a charity intended, according to the title card that opens Jeff Reichert and Farihah Zaman's exceptional documentary, "to bring free medical care to inaccessible regions of the...

  • Perhaps Ruben Östlund's most sophisticated thought experiment yet, the provocative and wise Force Majeure is a penetrating study of that most ludicrous of social pretenses — masculinity, toxic and ubiquitous. Östlund takes...

  • In Bernardo Bertolucci's 1900, fascism proves a galvanizing force -- but only for psychopaths. Italy's budding sadists, Attila Mellanchini (Donald Sutherland) chief among them, gravitate to the power and impunity fascism's advent seems to...

  • In 1962, Harold Hayes, managing editor at Esquire magazine, marched over to the cubicle of junior editor John Berendt, announcing himself with the infamous ka-klat of his metal-tipped shoes.

    "Who is the most important...