Tag: TIFF

The Strange Little Cat (Zurcher, 2013)

This article was originally published at 2013 AFI Fest.

Frederick Wiseman (photo by Darren Hughes)

This interview was originally posted at Senses of Cinema.

Jia Zhangke and Zhao Tao (photo by Darren Hughes)

This interview was originally published at Mubi.

Catherine Breillat (photo by Darren Hughes)

This interview was originally posted at Mubi.

To the Wonder (Malick, 2012)

This essay was originally published at Mubi.

Three Sisters (Wang, 2012)

Wang introduced Three Sisters as “a simple film” that “might be too long.” I appreciate his humility (a hallmark of his filmmaking, too), but I think he’s wrong on both counts. There’s nothing simple about this precise assemblage of footage collected during several visits to the girls’ remote farming village, and the length of the film is, in fact, essential to its success.

Dormant Beauty (Bellocchio, 2012)

Dormant Beauty (Bellocchio), Something in the Air (Assayas), Berberian Sound Studio (Strickland), Nights with Theodore (Betbeder), and The Last Time I Saw Macao (Rodrigues and Guerra da Mata).

The Master (Anderson, 2012)

The Master (Anderson), Once Upon a Time Was I, Veronica (Gomes), Birds (Abrantes), and Viola (Piñeiro).

differently, molussia (2012)

This interview was originally published at Senses of Cinema.

Like Someone in Love (Kiarostami, 2012)

Like Someone in Love (Kiarostami), Far from Vietnam, Tower (Radwanski), and August and After (Dorsky).