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France’s New Victor Hugo

The country’s Oscar entry takes on class and race in the streets of Paris

Local Time

The fate of Brazil’s indigenous Yanomami, chronicled for years by photographer Claudia Andujar, rests largely in the hands of the country’s rash, racist president

Behind The Painted Bird

The contentious Holocaust author Jerzy Kosiński turned down every offer for a film adaptation. A Czech filmmaker finally takes on the story

In Bloom

Cold, Cold Heart

O Comrade, My Comrade!

This year’s Russian entry to the Oscars dramatizes a Soviet-era industrial-workers’ strike turned infamous massacre

Remember When?

An interview with French playwright Florian Zeller, who makes his filmmaking debut with The Father, a moving story of dementia starring Anthony Hopkins

The Real Congo

Artcurial Paris’s spring auction focuses on the artists of Congo’s Le Hangar collective, founders of contemporary African art who developed their craft away from Western influence


Paula Beer

The Berlin Film Festival darling who eschewed drama school for the real thing

Love in the Time of Márquez

Shadowed by the Shoah

Dreaming Big

Virginie Efira

The Belgian actress gives a rattling performance as a manipulative nun in Paul Verhoeven’s Benedetta

The Sound of Silence

The Newest Trick Is the Book

Hugo Hamilton’s latest is narrated by an unusual protagonist: a novel

Mexico, According to Graciela Iturbide

“In a way, I really see the world in black and white”: an interview with the photographer, whose shots of Mexico and its diaspora go on show at Paris’s Fondation Cartier

Noémie Merlant

The French actress is breaking into Hollywood the same way she stormed Paris from the provinces

Paris Snatch

Hell’s Angel

From East Africa, with Love and Loss

Moving Mountains

The Shock of the New

Down and Out in Architecture