At the end of the day, writes Gavagai's writer-director Rob Tregenza, it's all dependent cinema.
Matthew Wilder explains why his favorite cinematic genre — difficult movies — are both so gratifying and so hugely misunderstood.
Though less internationally well-known than his peers, Garrel is one of the great French auteurs and his new film finds him at the peak of his powers.
What happens when, after many years, you see one of your most beloved films again? (What if you don't love it like you used to?)
The contrarian of the Nouvelle Vague at age 83 has made a dense, mostly non-narrative film about communication and relationships. In 3D, obviously.