Not just a spy movie, Rohmer's film is a stylish summation of his 50-year career and, more than tackling his lifelong occupation with verbal interaction and demystification of the other, perhaps ultimately posits a stark verdict about the self.
New Zealand filmmaker Brad McGann describes the process of making his debut In My Father's Den, the film's themes and ideas, its feel for rhythm and emotion, and his own cinematic influences.
A film that has been widely condemned but seldom discussed, Anatomy of Hell is here elucidated matter-of-factly by its author.
Better to compromise and be satisfied than idealistic and disappointed, posits the recent, acclaimed Sideways.
Boasting a big cast and a 100% simulated setting, Sky Captain sadly amounts to nothing more than a simulacra of cinema and points to worrying tendencies in Hollywood.
Acclaimed filmmaker Patricio Guzmán's latest work for the first time tackles the greatness and the legacy of Salvador Allende.