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Anthology Film Archives on Vimeo

Anthology Film Archives体育投注网平台 is offering highlights from its collection for free on its Vimeo channel, including a selection of short...

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This idiosyncratic bio-pic, written and directed by Josh Trank, dramatizes—sometimes discerningly, sometimes garishly—the former gang lord’s final year, spent at his Florida compound as his...

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体育投注网平台Streaming on Amazon, Google Play, and YouTube.


体育投注网平台This mild and sentimental tale of a lonely boy’s consoling friendship with an elderly man is one of the late Brian Dennehy’s last films. It’s set in...

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Streaming on Milestone Films.

I’m Going Home

Michel Piccoli (who died on May 12, at the age of ninety-four) stars in Manoel de Oliveira’s luminous drama, from 2001, as Gilbert, a Paris-based actor whose wife, daughter,...

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Streaming on the Criterion Channel and Kanopy.


体育投注网平台In this activist metafiction, from 1990, Yvonne Rainer develops vast ideas from a simple premise: a documentary in which she interviews women about menopause. Then she introduces a fictional director...

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Streaming on Amazon and the Criterion Channel.


体育投注网平台A calm and composed documentary, by Ilisa Barbash and Lucien Castaing-Taylor, about the last herd of sheep to be driven over the high pastures of the Beartooth Mountains, in Montana....

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Streaming on Amazon, Hulu, and other services.

Sword of Trust

体育投注网平台This daringly imaginative political fantasy from 2019, directed by Lynn Shelton (who died on May 15), is deeply rooted in daily practicalities. A woman named Cynthia (Jillian Bell) arrives in...

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Streaming on virtual cinemas.

The Ghost of Peter Sellers

The veteran director Peter Medak offers an unusual and obsessive twist on personal documentary with this examination, four decades later, of a 1973 movie that wounded his pride and threatened...

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体育投注网平台In limited release.

The World

The fourth feature by the Chinese director Jia Zhangke, from 2004, lives up to the ambition of its title. It turns World Park, in Beijing, a theme park of tacky...

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Werner Herzog on Tubi

The streaming service Tubi offers, free of charge, a cinematic grab bag of treasures scattered among odds and ends. Although...

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What’s Up, Doc?

Peter Bogdanovich’s 1972 screwball comedy stars Ryan O’Neal as Howard Bannister, an absent-minded musicologist who travels to San Francisco with his hyper-organized fiancée, Eunice Burns (Madeline Kahn). At...

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