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Kieron Corless hears film essayists (or are they?) Noël Burch and Allan Sekula chew over their epic and sobering new portrait of high-seas globalisation at Tate Modern.
Agata Pyzik explores the life’s work of a versatile provocateur who straddled art and exploitation.
Despite accusations of bloat, rivalry from alternative theatre and the exit of its illustrious director, Argentina’s foremost showcase of independent cinema still captures the national mood, says Maria Delgado.
With its enigmatic tale of a stranger shaking up a small town on the fringes of Turkey, Kosmos confirms Reha Erdem as a director of mysterious vision, whose characters move beyond language. By Trevor Johnston.
Nick Bradshaw takes a dip into open archives and Penny Woolcock’s From the Sea to the Land Beyond.
James Bell raises a toast to Ray Milland and Barbara Stanwyck in a pair of Billy Wilder classics from the 1940s.