Saturday, 23 June 2018

Marcel Carné, Arletty, Jean Gabin: Re-United After the War

15 years and one world war later, Carné, Arletty and Gabin re-unite, and while the result isn't the classic that is Le jour se lève, it is still an undeniable pleasure to see these two together again. Watching great actors age on-screen, chemistry intact, is one of the beguiling pleasures of cinema.
15 years and one world war later, Carné, Arletty and Gabin re-unite, and while the result isn't the classic that is Le jour se lève, it is still an undeniable pleasure to see these two together again. Watching great actors age on-screen, chemistry intact, is one of the beguiling pleasures of cinema. Film of the Day
Marcel Carné and Jean Gabin

Air of Paris

Marcel Carné, 1954

15 years and one world war later, Carné, Arletty and Gabin re-unite, and while the result isn't the classic that is Le jour se lève, it is still an undeniable pleasure to see these two together again. Watching great actors age on-screen, chemistry intact, is one of the beguiling pleasures of cinema.

 

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Friday, 22 June 2018

A transformative gem from one of Turkey's top filmmakers

One of Turkey's top filmmakers, Reha Erdem, directs this transformative gem about the strength and perseverance of a strong, young heroine. It is a tale of universal contrasts—big city, pastoral riverside—and familial challenges told in equal parts lyrical poetry and harsh reality.
One of Turkey's top filmmakers, Reha Erdem, directs this transformative gem about the strength and perseverance of a strong, young heroine. It is a tale of universal contrasts—big city, pastoral riverside—and familial challenges told in equal parts lyrical poetry and harsh reality. Film of the Day

My Only Sunshine

Reha Erdem, 2008

One of Turkey's top filmmakers, Reha Erdem, directs this transformative gem about the strength and perseverance of a strong, young heroine. It is a tale of universal contrasts—big city, pastoral riverside—and familial challenges told in equal parts lyrical poetry and harsh reality.

 

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Thursday, 21 June 2018

This week on MUBI: Watch Venom and Eternity

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With Venom and Eternity, avant-garde poet Isidore Isou had the goal to "hurt your eyes, truly!" Exclaiming his cinema prophecy in an incendiary voice-over, provoking the viewer with its entrancing, distorted images of everyday life, it is a bona fide surrealist visual revolution.

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Editor's Pick

Coverage highlights from the week

Alan Rudolph and Keith Carradine in Conversation

Two legends of New Hollywood discuss "Ray Meets Helen," their many fruitful collaborations, a lifelong friendship, and much more.

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