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Battleship Potemkin is a standby in ‘best ever’ polls. But what of those silent classics revived in recent years?
Kate Taylor wends her way through a curator-led carnival of experimenta old and new at the capital’s new contribution to Britain’s growing catalogue of eclectic movie festivals.
Bart Layton’s beguiling investigative doc of a French cuckoo in a broken Texan home unpicks layers of deception and pain – and still leaves an unsolved enigma at its end, says Lisa Mullen.
Our Directors’ Poll voted Tokyo Story the Greatest Film of All Time. Thom Andersen explains why its maker is the greatest of directors.
Michelle Williams’s bohemian young wife itches for magic in Sarah Polley’s gauche but deeply bittersweet romantic fable.
Art and activism merge in Alison Klayman’s access-most-areas portrait of the formidable Chinese dissident.