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Resonant in its interiority, The Invisible Life is the second movie in 28 years from Portuguese film-school professor Vitor Gonçalves. He explains the art of staring out of windows to Trevor Johnston.
Thursday 16 April 2015
With its access to David Hockney’s personal video collection, Randall Wright’s intimate study reveals “a more complex and serious” version of the famous British artist, he tells Michael Brooke.
Friday 28 November 2014
Over the past two decades Heinz Emigholz has made a remarkable series of filmic monuments to the Modern age through studies of its architecture. His new film The Airstrip drops the bomb on the project, writes Aaron Cutler.
Wednesday 6 August 2014
From the Magazine
Republished to mark Eli Wallach’s death, this interview from 2005 celebrates a veteran performer who often played the heavy against starrier names. His signature role is one of the great western rogues: Tuco in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Wednesday 25 June 2014
Thai director Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit portrays a digital generation who can’t recall this life, let alone past ones, finds Trevor Johnston.
Thursday 5 June 2014
Japan’s answer to the likes of Oskar Fischinger and Norman McLaren talks to Jasper Sharp about his synaesthetic “cell animation”, why he hand-draws computer-animated lookalikes and his one-man Exquisite corpse-style motion epic Wonder.
Friday 9 May 2014
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