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Black Bear shoots a slippery meta-movie of on-set manipulation

Aubrey Plaza is an unpredictable powerhouse in writer-director Lawrence Michael Levine’s two-part negotiation of the untrustworthy power dynamics of a filmmaking couple.

By Katherine McLaughlin

Black Bear shoots a slippery meta-movie of on-set manipulation
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Spring Blossom shows an age-gap romance in full bloom

By Laura Jacobs

Spring Blossom shows an age-gap romance in full bloom
Interviews

“I’ve never lived without cinema”: Suzanne Lindon on making a film as a teenager

By James Mottram

“I’ve never lived without cinema”: Suzanne Lindon on making a film as a teenager
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Homeward sends a father and son on a Crimean pilgrimage

By Philip Kemp

Homeward sends a father and son on a Crimean pilgrimage
Reviews

Sisters with Transistors tells a forgotten history of female electronic composers

By Hannah McGill

Sisters with Transistors tells a forgotten history of female electronic composers
Obituaries

RIP Monte Hellman, patron saint of obsessional cinephiles

By Brad Stevens

RIP Monte Hellman, patron saint of obsessional cinephiles
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“Monte Hellman made westerns unlike any before or since”: Quentin Tarantino hymns Ride in the Whirlwind

By Quentin Tarantino

“Monte Hellman made westerns unlike any before or since”: Quentin Tarantino hymns Ride in the Whirlwind
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