November/December 2015

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Cover: László Nemes’s Son of Saul by Jonathan Romney and Stefan Grissemann

Features: Todd Haynes Carol interview by Nick Davis
Charles Bronson by Chris Petit
Miguel Gomes Arabian Nights interview by Francisco Ferreira
Game Changers: color by Paul Schrader

Hot Property: Omer Fast’s Remainder by Nicolas Rapold

Alex Cox’s 10,000 Ways to Die:  L.M. “Kit” Carson and Lawrence Schiller’s The Last Movie

Site Specifics: The Chiseler by Violet Lucca

Trivial Top 20: Best Sequels

Matías Piñeiro’s In the Moment: Setsuko Hara in No Regrets for Our Youth

Restoration Row: Charles Burnett’s To Sleep with Anger by Max Nelson

Make It Real: Frederick Wiseman’s In Jackson Heights by Eric Hynes

Sound: Ray Davies by Chris Norris

Vision: Guy Maddin’s Bring Me the Head of Tim Horton by Nicolas Rapold

Encore: Elia Kazan’s The Arrangement by Scott Eyman

Festivals: Locarno by Nick Pinkerton, Toronto by Gavin Smith and Nicolas Rapold, Venice by Olaf Möller

Screenings: Spotlight by David Fear, 45 Years by Michael Koresky, The Lady in the Van by Graham Fuller, Brooklyn by Michael Sragow

Short Takes: Casa Grande by Nicolas Rapold, Entertainment by Nicolas Rapold, The Hallow by Violet Lucca, Mustang by Yonca Talu, Theeb by Violet Lucca, Trumbo by Steven Mears

Home Movies: Julien Duvivier in the Thirties by Max Nelson, Roar by Nick Pinkerton, The Appearance by Dan Sullivan, Junun by Nicolas Rapold, The Journey Home by Michael Sragow, The Gift by David Fear, Masterworks of American Avant-Garde Experimental Film 1920-1970 by Patrick Friel, Je t’aime, je t’aime by Emma Myers, The Tenderness of the Wolves by Steven Mears, The Gumby Show by David Filipi

Readings: David Lynch: The Man from Another Place by Dennis Lim, reviewed by Robert Horton; Cruising the Movies: A Sexual Guide to “Oldies” on TV by Boyd McDonald, reviewed by Nathan Lee; Gilliamesque: A Pre-posthumous Memoir by Terry Gilliam & Ben Thompson, reviewed by Eric Hynes; William Cameron Menzies: The Shape of Films to Come by James Curtis, reviewed by Farran Smith Nehme

Graphic Detail: Antonio Fernández Reboiro by Adrian Curry