All posts tagged "The Seventh Seal"

  • The Man in Bergman: A New German Cinema Pioneer’s Search for the Heart and Soul of Ingmar Bergman’s Legacy

    In the early 1960s, I went to Paris and had no thoughts of cinema at all. The New German Wave was not yet born, but...

  • go here Singapore Plays Itself: In Sandi Tan’s Shirkers, a Nation (and its Daughter) Come of Age Onscreen

    Beautiful Convergence When it opened in 1930, Singapore’s Capitol Theatre was a glittering picture palace, the crown jewel of Southeast Asian cinema, with 1,600 seats...

  • A Tale of Truth and Darkness: An Appreciation of Andrzej Wajda’s Kanał

    On April 20, the late Andrzej Wajda’s Kanał, a landmark of Polish cinema and a universally acclaimed masterpiece, celebrates its 60th anniversary. Kanał is such a...

  • The 54th New York Film Festival: Global Auteurs Talk Craft and Criterion Goes Digital

    A parade of festival stunners make the New York Film Festival an elegant affair, one that reassures that movies aren’t dead and that cinema never...