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A really interesting blog over at Frieze Magazine exploring the humor in John Cage’s work… John Cage’s audiences often felt they were being laughed at. In one 1963 interview, this accusation is made repeatedly, in…

Great interview with CHRISTIAN PETZOLD over at MUBI, especially liked the parts discussing collaboration with HARUN FAROCKI. CHRISTIAN PETZOLD: …During the premiere of Dreileben at Berlinale, my film was the first of the trilogy, and…

In case you missed it elsewhere, the good people at Goethe Insitut Toronto recently posted an hour-long interview with WIM WENDERS recorded at last year’s TIFF. Watch it below:

Missed this great interview with JEAN EUSTACHE from 1971 when MUBI first translated/posted it last month. PHILIPPE HAUDIQUET: You’ve made four films that to me seemed to indicate a personal path in our cinema. Now,…

From the Jonathan Rosenbaum archives, an account from the set of BRESSON’s FOUR NIGHTS OF A DREAMER: PARIS, France -– Nothing happens accidentally in a Bresson film, yet my opportunity to work as an extra…

Tony Scott on the set of Déjà Vu. Photo (c) Touchstone/Everett/Rex Features Director Tony Scott passed away yesterday and many cinephiles mourned the loss today as the news spread. Amidst the remembrances and discussions of…

Discussions of Bresson over the past 10 years or so often begin with a kind of ritual un-saying of all the dead words that have accumulated around him (ascetic, austere, severe, demanding, slow, transcendent, Jansenist,…