March/April 2015 PDF

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Cover: Bertrand Bonello’s Saint Laurent by Nathan Lee

Features: Criticism and actors by Kent Jones
Robert Redford profile by Beverly Walker
Olivier Assayas’s Clouds Of Sils Maria by Howard Hampton
John Boorman and Queen and Country by Graham Fuller
The 40th Annual Grosses Gloss by Donald Wilson
Hollywood Studios on the Brink by Roger Smith
The history of camera movement by Paul Schrader

Hot Property: Virgil Vernier’s Mercuriales by Nicolas Rapold

Alex Cox’s 10,000 Ways to Die: Dino Risi’s Il Sorpasso 

Site Specifics: Who Cares About Actresses by Violet Lucca

Trivial Top 20: Best Final Performances

Restoration Row: Dariush Mehrjui’s The Cow by Max Nelson

Readers’ Poll: You picked the winners of 2014 

Hot Set: Love in Khon Kaen, Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s next feature by Giovanni Marchini Camia

Guilty Pleasures: Peter Strickland

Sound: Jonny Greenwood by David Louis Zuckerman   

Vision: Kiddie Flamingos by Nicolas Rapold

A Face In The Crowd: Louis Jean Heydt by Chuck Stephens

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

Screenings: White God by Max Nelson, Merchants of Doubt by Amy Taubin, While We’re Young by Emma Myers, True Story by Chris Norris

Short Takes: Effie Gray by Graham Fuller, Faults by Nicolas Rapold, The Hunting Ground by Eric Hynes, The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq by Nicolas Rapold, Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter by Violet Lucca, The Salvation by Laura Kern

Home Movies: Night Will Fall by Graham Fuller, Silent Ozu: Three Crime Dramas by Chuck Stephens, Ned Rifle by Emma Myers, Top Five by David  Fear, Momoe’s Lips & Sex Hunter: Wet Target by Marc Walkow,The Soft Skin by Jackson Arn, Ride the Pink Horse by Nick Pinkerton, The Authentic Trial of Carl-Emmanuel Jung by Patrick Friel, Nightcrawler by Steven Mears 

Readings: Dalton Trumbo: Blacklisted Hollywood Radical by Larry Ceplair & Christopher Trumbo, reviewed by Scott Eyman; The Authentic Death and Contentious Afterlife of Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid: The Untold Story of Peckinpah’s Last Western Film by Paul Seydor, reviewed by Kevin Canfield, Mise en Scène and Film Style: From Classical Hollywood to New Media Art by Adrian Martin, reviewed by Noah Isenberg; A Kim Jong-il Production: The Extraordinary True Story of a Kidnapped Filmmaker, His Star Actress, and a Young Dictator’s Rise to Power by Paul Fischer, reviewed by J. Hoberman 

Graphic Detail: Philip Castle by Adrian Curry