A report on the unique Boston Palestine Film Festival, which exists as a festival with more than just an artistic agenda, but a "a geopolitical agenda."
A report on the 69th Venice International Film Festival and its focus on women.
A study of the rebirth of the idea of National Cinema, as expressed by a group of independent American films that played at Cannes 2012.
An interview with the director of the horror classic, The Wicker Man.
Randolph Jordan, who has written more on Fantasia than probably anyone else (except maybe me!), looks back at some of his fave moments and looks ahead to Fantasia 2012, and some of the new initiatives.
Detailed report on the 18th annual Bradford International Film Festival, by Philip Gillett.
Mike Archibald goes in depth on his favorite films at the 2012 VIFF, which are Kill List, House of Tolerance, Faceless Things, This is Not a Film, The Front Line and My Back Page.
A look at four films at Cannes 2011 that are linked by a use of first-person & autobiographical point of view.
Part two of Randolph Jordan's report on Fantasia 2010, concentrating on films that feature mannequins.
Part one of Randolph Jordan's report on Fantasia 2010.
An interview with film critic/author Dejan Ognjanovic, during the retrospective on Serbian horror films at the Montreal 2010 Fantasia International Film Festival.
An in-depth report on the 2010 Vancouver International Film Festivals. Films discussed include Of Gods and Men (Xavier Beauvois), Ruhr (James Benning), Poetry (Lee Chang-dong) and The Silk Letter (Kang Sangwoo).
Wexman's report on the 2011 Berlinale concentrates on issues of realism and truth. Films discussed include Bela Tarr's Turin's Horse, Jaume Collet-Serra's Unknown and Jonathan Sagall's Lipstikka.
Report on the 51st Thessaloniki (Greece) International Film Festival, Dec. 3-12, 2010.
A report on the 29th edition of one of the world's most prestigious silent film festivals, La Giornate del Cinema Muto.