Talking About the Other America, AgainBy Gragory Zucker
Just when I become comfortable with the idea that American narrative film has died; that it has finally suffocated from its lack of vision and its infatuation with Hollywood fashion, including the so-called indie cinema, a burst of fresh air suddenly hits me in the face.
2046: Wong Kar–Wai’s Finest MomentBy Douglas Singleton
“Every passenger who goes to 2046 has the same intention, to recapture lost memories.”
The Relentless Sublimity of Bertoluccis Il ConformistaBy David N. Meyer
Expanding their extraordinary list of refurbished, impossible-to-see masterpieces, Film Forum will show Il Conformista, Bernard Bertoluccis opera of Italian Fascism and sexual repression, from July 29th through August 11th.
Dont See It NowBy Williams Cole
Golden Age seems like an incessant reference in criticism and the like, one that often indicates more the lack of iconoclastic risk in the present than an intrinsic brilliance in the past.
Chris Marker at the Museum of Modern ArtBy Robert A. Haller
OWLS AT NOON Prelude: The Hollow Men is a work of mourning, a nineteen minute looped meditation on the catastrophe of World War Iwith a very few glancing references to World War II.