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The French pride themselves on their revolutionary spirit, no less in film than in politics.
Rogues and rebels in the Boston French Film Festival
| July 02, 2010
A world of cinema
The 13th Maine International Film Festival begins in Waterville next Friday, and along with the usual unusual array of (political, music, and eco-)documentaries, Amerindies, classic and foreign films, and a special night at the drive-in, MIFF has a coupl
Young filmmakers shine at this year's Maine International Film Festival
| July 02, 2010
Here's the dilemma: you love movies, but you also love the idea of taking a vacation to one of the many inviting resorts that New England has to offer — the beaches of Cape Cod or the Islands, picturesque towns in Maine or Rhode Island, or even the cultu
As Hollywood's summer fare goes cold, local film festivals heat up
| June 18, 2010
Une Vieille Maîtresse|The Last Mistress
Catherine Breillat’s film is an adaptation of Jules Barbey d’Aurevilly’s 19th-century novel and perhaps her first that doesn’t transform sex and cinema into punishment.
A novel adapted as softcore S&M porn
| July 23, 2008
Cherchez les femmes
Women have always dominated French cinema — just not from behind the camera.
Women dominate the 13th Annual Boston French Film Festival
| July 01, 2008
Fassbinderians rejoice — your crucifixion, your tribulative martyrdom, has arrived.
Fassbinder’s Berlin Alexanderplatz at the ICA
| March 18, 2008
Ne Touchez Pas la Hache|La duchesse de Langeais
He may have just turned 80, but Jacques Rivette still gets a kick out of the parallel-mirror effect of art vis-à-vis life.
Art vis-à-vis life
| March 12, 2008
Maine film buffs have it tough.
MIFF 10 honors cinema’s past and future
| July 11, 2007
Let’s take stock of Béla Tarr, the great Hungarian dyspeptic, and maybe the most famous and revered international film titan to have been so pitifully screened in American theaters that his public profile here is tantamount to an embargo.
The lingering gaze of Béla Tarr at the HFA
| January 10, 2007
Cinema belongs to him
For many backlashing film scholars and canonical cinéastes, most of the big players in the French New Wave — Truffaut, Chabrol, Rohmer, Resnais, etc. — have been, over time, at least a touch overrated, save two: Jean-Luc Godard and Jacques Rivette.
The je ne c’est quoi world of Jacques Rivette
| January 03, 2007
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