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Kazuo Koike, the manga writer, novelist, and screenwriter who created LONE WOLF AND CUB and LADY SNOWBLOOD, has died. He was 82.
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The Daily Apr 14
Bibi Andersson, internationally renowned for her work with Ingmar Bergman—here she is in WILD STRAWBERRIES (1957)—has died. She was 83.
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Bill Plympton Apr 5
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Criterion Collection Apr 8
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Music Box Films Apr 5
Did you hear? Our new streaming service is up and running on Roku just in time for the weekend. Try it free for 7 days:
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Anthology Film Archives Apr 1
Thank you, whoever made the latest contribution to the Jonas Mekas memorial out front!
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The Daily Apr 1
On the restless life and oeuvre of Agnès Varda:
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The Daily Apr 1
Toshiro Mifune, in 1920, in Venice in 1961.
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Cineaste Magazine Mar 29
Consider a contribution to A TIME TO STIR, a documentary about campus turmoil at Columbia University in 1968.
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Cineaste Magazine Mar 27
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The Daily Mar 27
Chris Marker “kept returning, across the vast body of films, writings, photographs, and multimedia projects he produced between the 1940s and his death in 2012, to the matter of what it meant to live a happy life.” Max Nelson ()
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Cineaste Magazine Mar 26
This airs tonight on PBS.
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Cineaste Magazine Mar 23
Dead famous: the Kickstarter campaign to restore Méliès's grave
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Mel Valentin Mar 23
A New Jersey high school adapted Alien for its spring play via
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