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“Not a Self-Portrait”: Lynne Sachs’ Film About a Father Who Unspools the Collateral Damage of a Problematic Father
Harrison Blackman investigates what happens when Lynne Sachs loves a father who is hard to love in the recent documentary "Film About a Father Who."
Miguel’s War and the Shattered Mirrors of Queer Redemption
Paul Amar inspects Eliane Raheb’s cross-Mediterranean documentary film "Miguel’s War."
No Heroes: On Courtney Stephens’s Terra Femme
Rachel Elizabeth Jones looks at who owns the void in Courtney Stephens's "Terra Femme."
Hanging on the Coronavirus Cliff: An Outlook on Moviegoing
Gary D. Rhodes ruminates on the fate of in-person moviegoing.
The Triumphal Boomer Politics of Whit Stillman’s Barcelona (1994)
Rob Madole dives into the retrograde politics of Whit Stillman’s lesser known film.
Gilberto Perez and “The Imprint of Life” on the Cinema Screen
Eric Gudas thinks back on the impacts of his film mentor, Gilberto Perez.
Pearl Harbor in Film and Myth: 79 Years Later
Spencer Cohen inspects the construction of the Pearl Harbor mythos in the American cultural imagination.
Make the Yuletide Gay
Matthias Smith reviews the recent rise of LGBT representation in an unlikely film genre — holiday movies.
Love Story at 50
Ella Taylor reminisces about the corny moments and wide impact of the top-grossing 1970 film "Love Story."