March/April 2011

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Cover: Kelly Reichardt’s Meek’s Cutoff by Richard Combs

Features: Susanne Bier’s In a Better World by Louise Kidde Sauntved 
James Wan’s Insidious by Michael Koresky 
Sidney Poitier by Stanley Crouch 
Certified Copy’s Juliette Binoche by Joan Dupont 
Serge Bozon & Co. by Scott Foundas 
Patricio Guzmán’s Nostalgia for the Light by Nicolas Rapold 
The 36th Annual Grosses Gloss by Donal Wilson 
Twilight of the Projectionists by Edward E. Crouse

Hot Property: Huang Weikai’s Disorder by Chris Chang 

Alex Cox’s 10,000 Ways to Die: Raoul Walsh’s The Big Trail by Alex Cox

Site Specifics: Jesse P. Finnegan on StarWarsUncut

Guilty Pleasures: Larry Fessenden

Reader’s Poll: Your Best Films of 2010

Sound & Vision: Sophie Fiennes by Chris Chang & Pierre Huyghe by Jesse P. Finnegan

Encore: Stanley Donen’s Movie Movie by Steve Erickson

The Accidental Auteurist: François Ozon’s Potiche by Andrew Sarris

Festivals: Rotterdam by Gavin Smith; Sundance by Amy Taubin, Laura Kern

Screenings: The Princess of Montpensier by Gary Giddins; Le Quattro volte by Nicole Armour; The Arbor by Nicolas Rapold; Cedar Rapids by Violet Lucca; Uncle Kent by Dan Sullivan; Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives by Chuck Stephens

Short TakesBlank City by Chris Chang; The Conspirator by Laura Kern; The Double Hour by Laura Kern; Hanna by Chris Chang; My Perestroika by Nicolas Rapold; To Die Like a Man by Nicolas Rapold

Home Movies:Basil Dearden’s London Underground by Brynn White

Readings: Nico Baumbach on Opening Bazin: Postwar Film Theory and Its Afterlife

The Trivial Top 20: Best Last Films