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A Feminist Frankenstein

Director Yorgos Lanthimos and screenwriter Tony McNamara discuss their new film, Poor Things, starring Emma Stone as a child-woman like no other

Poor Things

New Noir

Diane Kruger discusses her feminist spin on the femme fatale in Marlowe, a Raymond Chandler adaptation in which she stars opposite Liam Neeson

Vicky Krieps

The Phantom Thread actress stars as Empress Elisabeth “Sisi” of Austria, a role previously inhabited by Romy Schneider and that hints at Princess Diana’s struggles, in Corsage, out next week

Picture Imperfect

Damien Chazelle calls his new film, Babylon, “a hate letter to Hollywood and a love letter to movies”

Animal Instinct

A new film by the Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski offers a prescient look at mankind today, through the eyes of a sympathetic, non-human protagonist

The Hidden Highsmith

A new documentary about the author of The Talented Mr. Ripley delves into the writer’s love life

That 70s Movie

Largely improvised by an unruly teenage cast, the 1970 black-and-white film Bronco Bullfrog gets a shiny new restoration

Kinuyo Tanaka Retrospective

Renate Reinsve

The actress stars in Joachim Trier’s The Worst Person in the World, Norway’s Oscar submission, which just earned a place on the Best International Feature Film short list

An √Čtoile Is Born

When Mildred Met Sally

How did American college dropout Mildred Gillars become Axis Sally, the voice behind English-language Nazi propaganda during W.W. II?

Christmas Scamp

Martin Jarvis records Richmal Crompton’s “Just William” stories as the young hero makes a mockery of holiday merriment

Rupert Bear’s Royal Stamp

The 100th anniversary of a British comic strip that inspired Paul McCartney and Monty Python’s Terry Jones

A Different Sputnik

Oksana Akinshina stands out as the hardened heroine of a Russian version of Alien

Shades of Black

The first major African-American filmmaker still has a lot to tell us

How to Build a Movie Star

Beanie Feldstein is irresistible as a high-schooler who leaps onto the masthead of a high-profile music magazine

Little Woman

Florence Pugh is a kick playing the least likable March sister in Greta Gerwig’s film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s novel