From Cinema Scope #60 Going for Baroque: The Films of Eugène Green By Blake Williams To get it out of the way at the outset: More →
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TIFF 2014 | La Sapienza (Eugène Green, France) — Wavelengths
TIFF 2014 | The Princess of France (Matías Piñeiro, Argentina) — Wavelengths
From Cinema Scope #60 Beautiful Games: Matías Piñeiro on The Princess of France By Andrew Tracy While the opening proper of Matías Piñeiro’s The Princess More →
TIFF 2014 | Two Shots Fired (Martín Rejtman, Argentina/Chile/Germany/Netherlands) — Contemporary World Cinema
From Cinema Scope #60 (Fall 2014) The Noise Made By People: The Films of Martín Rejtman By Max Nelson It would be easy to mistake More →
TIFF 2014 | City to City 2014 and Beyond: TIFF’s Uneven Seoul Patch
By Michael Sicinski There’s really no point in discussing the Toronto International Film Festival’s City to City program as such. While the festival’s promotional materials More →
TIFF 2014 | Horse Money (Pedro Costa, Portugal) — Wavelengths
L’avventura: Pedro Costa on Horse Money By Mark Peranson I walked with a zombie I walked with a zombie I walked with a zombie Last More →
Issue 59 Table of Contents
This is the complete list of articles from the print magazine issue of Cinema Scope #59. We post selected articles from each issue on the site. For More →
Declarations of Independence: A Conversation Between Alex Ross Perry and Joel Potrykus
I first encountered Joel Potrykus’ Ape (2012) when I was a jury member for the Filmmakers of the Present competition at Locarno. As it was More →
Diary of a Mad Housewife: Robert Greene’s Actress
By Adam Nayman “I tend to break things,” says Brandy Burre early on in Actress, and Robert Greene’s film gives her plenty of opportunities to More →
Deborah Stratman: Safe and Sound
By Samuel La France “Fear is static that prevents me from hearing myself.”—Samuel Butler Since I’ve never lived in an earthquake zone—or a war zone, More →
Each Memory Creates Its Own Legend: The Films of John Torres
By Max Nelson John Torres has the sensibility of a romantic poet, the mode of address of a personal essayist, and an anthropologist’s curious, lingering, More →
Cannes 2014: Who Let the Dogs Out?
...another Cannes film festival whose lineup reads like it could have been cobbled together by a computer programmed with Frémaux DNA... More →
Cannes 2014 | Adieu au langage (Jean-Luc Godard, France)
By Blake Williams The first on-screen text in Toutes les histoires (1988), the first chapter of Histoire(s) du cinéma, reads (as translated), “May each eye More →
Cannes 2014 | Jauja (Lisandro Alonso, Argentina/Mexico/Denmark/France/Germany/USA/Brazil)
By Quintín After the completion of his “Lonely Men Trilogy” of La libertad (2001), Los muertos (2004), and Liverpool (2008), people started to say that More →
Cannes 2014 | Winter Sleep (Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Turkey/Germany/France)
By Jordan Cronk Seemingly preordained, director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s overdue Palme d’Or win provided a nonetheless satisfying conclusion to a rather undramatic Cannes film festival—and, More →
- TIFF 2014 | La Sapienza (Eugène Green, France) — Wavelengths
- Jenny Moir Find Me Guilty: Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Act of Killing Saw The Act of Killing last night, here in Chelmsford, England. Am still reeling from it. I was...
- Jim S. “No One Can Survive In That Water”: Jane Campion and Garth Davis’ Top of the Lake Your review is challenging and thoughtful, but it fails in one very significant respect. Campion...
- Lynn The Talented Mr. Allen: Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine Amen...match point was great
- Jesse F Global Discoveries on DVD | Monuments, Documents, and Diversions There's also an adequate English .srt file for Spectre floating around on the net that can be man...
- Rita Azevedo Gomes A Truck Full of Turkeys: Thoughts on Joaquim Pinto’s What Now? Remind Me Both (Joaquim and Nuno) put it in two straight words: What Now? then added two more: remember m...
- Robin E. Simmons This Is Martin Bonner (Chad Hartigan, US) A wonderful review of a singularly terrific film. Subtle and sly, it penetrates the heart where ...
- Luis Miguel Cintra A Truck Full of Turkeys: Thoughts on Joaquim Pinto’s What Now? Remind Me God bless you, Francisco Ferreira, for your paper on Joaquim's film! Yes, I also think it is a ve...
- Larry Gross The Beauty of Horror and the Horror of Beauty: An Encounter with Albert Serra ." I said that my films are unfuckable in the context of film criticism, in that you have to take...