Hou Hsiao-hsien's tale of a lonely mother and son takes flight
This year's Cannes Film Festival offered treasures from Russia, Mexico, Romania, and China
Why does the film festival make great movies look so bad?
It was Ingmar Bergman's Century--we just lived in it
The world makes out all right at the International Film Festival
Four critics pick 40 or so favorites--and fail to agree on a single one
Is David Thomson the world's greatest film critic?
The naked truth about putting together a regional showcase like the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival. And a revealing body of blurbs about the best and the not-best of the fest.
The National Entertainment State Stands Firm--Then Runs Away
Run Lola Run's director Tom Tykwer turns from power-jogging to clockwatching
A critic and a curator butt keyboards over the Rohmer retrospective
Or, Cannes 2001: How to love the movies without hating yourself
Taiwan's Yi Yi (A One and a Two...) is a more inclusive family drama than Hollywood's universal pictures
Once is never enough: Try another tryst with world cinema in week two of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival
Uzbek beauties! Swedish peaceniks! Iranian mummies! A guide to the high-wire act otherwise known as the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival.
New films from Hong Kong and mainland China stoke the fires of discontent
Wong Kar-wai's In the Mood for Love lingers at the crossroads of impossible romance and infinite possibility
With Movie Wars, film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum positions himself as the last line of defense against Hollywood tyranny
What you see is (not) what you get: Twelve months of well-screened duds and rarely viewed wonders
Hou Hsiao-hsien's trademark is his cinematic search for a Taiwanese identity
1999 brought a cinematic bounty to the art house and the multiplex alike
The movies of '98 posed the question: Haven't we seen this somewhere before?
A wish list of might-be hits from the New York Film Festival
An outsider's diary from Le Festival, where world cinema meets Planet Hollywood