INTERVIEWS

*Paul Schrader: Deliberate Boredom in the Church of Cinema. By Alex Ross Perry.

Community/Theatre: A Conversation with Stephen Cone. By Blake Williams.

*Whatever Happened to Lizzie Borden? By Christoph Huber.

Let Art Flourish, Let the World Perish: Morgan Fisher on Another Movie. By Jordan Cronk

FEATURES

*“You Never Heard of Code-Switching, Motherfucker?”: Joseph Kahn’s Bodied. By Steven Shaviro.

*The Changing View of Man in the Portrait: Errol Morris’ Wormwood. By Lawrence Garcia.

*Do It Again: On Ricky D’Ambrose’s Words and Images. By Phil Coldiron.

In Measured Praise of Kawase Naomi. By Michael Sicinski.

The Mistress of Suspense: Daphne du Maurier and Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca. By Alicia Fletcher.

Let England Shake: Mick Jackson’s Threads and the Imagination of Disaster. By Adam Nayman.

COLUMNS

*Editor’s Note: Top Ten of 2017

Film/Art

Yto Barrada. By Jesse Cumming.

Deaths of Cinema: Paul Clipson. By Max Goldberg

Festivals

Sundance. By Robert Koehler.

Berlin. By Adam Cook.

TV or Not TV

The Leftovers. By Kate Rennebohm.

DVD Bonus: Suzuki Seijun’s Taisho Trilogy. By Sean Rogers.

*Global Discoveries on DVD. By Jonathan Rosenbaum.

Canadiana

Robin Aubert’s Les affamés. By Lydia Ogwang.

*Exploded View: Bruce Conner’s Crossroads. By Chuck Stephens.

CURRENCY

*Visages villages. By Erika Balsom.

Ava. By Josh Cabrita.

*The Work. By Manuela Lazic.

High Fantasy. By Simran Hans.

A Fantastic Woman. By Angelo Muredda.

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