March/April 2017

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Cover: Albert Serra’s The Death of Louis XIV by Yonca Talu, plus interview with Jean-Pierre Léaud 

Features: The Lost City of Z and interview with James Gray by Michael Koresky
Personal Shopper and Olivier Assayas interview by Jonathan Romney
Raw by Margaret Barton-Fumo, plus interview with Julia Ducournau by Nicolas Rapold
Text and image on screen by Max Nelson
The state of American comedy by Violet Lucca
Grosses gloss by Donald Wilson

Inspired: João Pedro Rodrigues on The Ornithologist

Release Me: Tarik Saleh’s The Nile Hilton Incident by Nicolas Rapold

Directions: Lina Wertmüller by Nicolas Rapold

Restoration Row by Max Nelson

Critics’ Choice: Critics rate and comment on new releases

Make It Real: Personal-political docs by Eric Hynes

Art and Craft: Nelly Quettier, editor

Off the Page: Richard Benner’s Outrageous! by Matt Connolly

Inside Stories: VR at Sundance by Nick Pinkerton

Currents: Neïl Beloufa’s Occidental by Jonathan Romney, Jang Woo-Jin’s Autumn, Autumn by Dan Sullivan, Chloé Robichaud’s Boundaries (Pays) by José Teodoro, João Dumans & Affonso Uchoa’s Arábia by Ela Bittencourt, Dmitry Kalashnikov’s The Road Movie by Nicolas Rapold

Festivals: Sundance by Amy Taubin and Laura Kern

Reviews: Heal the Living by Kristin M. Jones, Free Fire by Nick Pinkerton, Contemporary Color by Violet Lucca, The Assignment by Nathan Lee, Frantz by Nick Davis

Short Takes: Bwoy by Amy Taubin, After the Storm by Michael Koresky, Slack Bay by Adam Nayman, Glory by Yonca Talu, Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer by Steven Mears, Paraguay Remembered by Genevieve Yue, Colossal by Marc Walkow 

Home Movies: Korean Film Archive Blu-ray Collection by Grady Hendrix, Black Girl by Nick Davis, Chilly Scenes of Winter by Justin Stewart, Creepy by Manu Yáñez Murillo, The Edge of Seventeen by Laura Kern, Multiple Maniacs by Michael Atkinson, Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait by Nicolas Rapold, Re:Voir Video on Demand by Michael Joshua Rowin, Wish List: Mr. Wrong by Laura Kern

Readings: Film Is Like a Battleground: Sam Fullers War Movies by Marsha Gordon, reviewed by Scott Eyman; Directors Cut: My Life in Film by Ted Kotcheff, reviewed by Nick Pinkerton; Steven Spielberg: A Life in Films by Molly Haskell, reviewed by Michael Koresky

Graphic Detail: Al Hirschfeld by Adrian Curry

A digital copy of this issue is available on Zinio.