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Tension at the Dinner Table in a New Clip From Raoul Peck's 'Murder in Pacot'

27 January 2015 12:35 PM, PST | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

It made its world premiere at the 39th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (Tiff)a few months ago, and is now headed to Berlin for a screening at the Berlinale in February. Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck's latest work, titled "Murder in Pacot," is a feature film loosely inspired by Italian director, Pier Paolo Pasolini's 1968 drama/mystery "Teorema," which starred Terence Stamp as a mysterious stranger who injects himself into the home of a wealthy Italian family, and seduces everyone in it, including the maid, which leads to each of them reaching some unique epiphany, leaving viewers (and the characters in »

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The Duke of Burgundy | Review

21 January 2015 11:00 AM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

The Body and the Whip: Strickland’s Sublime Homage to Erotic Cinema

Beginning like something that should have been called Exploits of a Chambermaid, replete with a fantastically sumptuous rendering of a vintage title sequence lifted right out of the 1970s, Peter Strickland’s The Duke of Burgundy seduces us immediately. Much like his last film, the incredibly underrated Berberian Sound Studio, which was an homage to the giallo genre, his latest is a reconsideration of erotic exploitation cinema, where names like Jesus Franco and Jean Rollin garnered a notable cult following. But considering such influences, Strickland’s title is hardly cheap, though one would be remiss to deny a certain air of tawdry sentiment.

Evelyn (Chiara D’Anna) is a newly hired housekeeper. Making her way to her new employer, a strict, unfriendly woman named Cynthia (Sidse Babett Knudsen), it seems they already have a tense relationship that may »

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Do Critics Still Matter? Toh! Debates the Future of Film and TV Criticism

14 January 2015 6:00 AM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Armond White. David Cronenberg. Oscar prognosticators and the National Society of Film Critics. Terence Stamp’s priggish art critic in “Big Eyes.” Lindsay Duncan’s poisonous theatre critic in “Birdman.” For a profession that’s supposedly dying, criticism -- of film, in films -- has elicited more than its fair share of hand-wringing recently, though the anxiety seems to be in the eye of the beholder. Alternately cast as industry shills, out-of-touch snobs, digital amateurs, fearsome gatekeepers, and failed artists, critics provoke passionate responses, but it can be difficult to suss out what the critic’s role in the current cinema actually is, or should be. Toh!’s Anne Thompson, Ryan Lattanzio, and Matt Brennan take up the subject in the debate below, including the biggest question of all: Do critics still matter? Matt Brennan: I haven’t been at this long enough to possess much hoary nostalgia for the good ol’ days, »

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