Lance Goldenberg

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  • 6 years ago | Film and TV

    Back in the days when art houses were temples of cinema and auteurs their living gods, few filmmakers cast a longer shadow than Federico Fellini. Time and changing tastes took their inevitable toll on both art houses and auteurs, but everything ol...

  • 6 years ago | Film and TV

    Like all his novels, Alain Robbe-Grillet’s films are inventories of life during dreamtime, carefully crafted catalogs of objects and events in which meaning is replaced by repetition, innuendo, codes and contradictions. The real and imaginar...

  • 7 years ago | Film and TV

    Appreciating Miklós Jancsó as Hungary’s greatest living filmmaker means first accepting that there is almost never anyone to care about in his films, only nameless pawns locked in the toxic rituals of power and war. Everyone pl...