Lisa van der Waal launches our new feature Framing the City, a montly recurring feature in which we take a closer look at representations of cities on film, with an examination of the 1927 and 2002 versions of Berlin: Symphony of a Great City.
Scout Tafoya talks to writer and critic Luc Sante about Point Blank, Donald E. Westlake and Johnny To.
Between March 1996 and March 1997, Steven Soderbergh kept a diary and flew to the UK to interview director Richard Lester at length to fulfill a book contract with Faber & Faber. This hidden gem is an incredibly insightful account of the young director’s most trying times.
The Frameland team looks back on 2017 and picks out their favorite underseen and unloved films in international cinema.
Growing old together, meeting the in-laws, flying ships that express romance, a chance connection on a beach between two strangers and much more: Frameland’s favorite cinematic moments of 2017 deal with all kinds of human connections, expressed in a multitude of ways.