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Screen Grabs: Catching right up to 75 years ago at Noir City

1948 comes, again, to big screens. Plus: Epic editorial friendship in 'Turn Every Page,' Jafar Panahi's courageous 'No Bears'

Screen Grabs: Celebrating eternally anti-conformist filmmaker Dale Hoyt

Three tributes to the late iconoclast. Plus: 'Elegy to Seijun Suzuki' and Eastern European absurdist classics at BAMPFA

Our top stories of 2022

Protests, recalls, monkeypox, garlic noodles, drag queens, rappers, Raver Girl: Essential coverage of a wild year

Screen Grabs: 2022 shapes up to be Year of the Ass

EO charms. Plus: A pleasant Lady Chatterley's Lover, insightful Empire of Light, and fondly satirical Leonor Will Never Die

Screen Grabs: Remarkable Arab voices—queer, refugee, Lebanese, Palestinian—fill local screens

This week: Arab Film Fest, New Lebanese Cinema of the '70s and '80s, 'Holy Spider.' Plus, a lost 1974 Oakland Blaxploitation delight.

Screen Grabs: Transgender Film Fest celebrates 25 eye-opening years

Plus: Canadian legends in 'Moments of Perception,' Housewife Aryan Nation in 'Soft & Quiet,' Jennifer Lawrence in 'Causeway,' more

Flicks that blew us away at the New York Film Fest, part one

Noah Baumbach directs Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig to greatness in 'White Noise,' and South Korea's Hong Sang-soo triumphs twice.

Screen Grabs: From Harry Styles to Predator, via Pasolini and the UN—what a weekend

Wild and twisty tales from Russia and Korea, an homage to an experimental curator, Emmett Till's mother, more movies

Screen Grabs: A lost local ’90s gem finally gets a revival

Plus: A Lebanese all-woman rock band doc, the return of Dario Argento and Claire Denis, and 'All Quiet on the Western Front"

The good, the bad, and the ugly at this year’s Toronto Film Festival

Sania Halifa captivates in 'Hawa' and Harry lays it bare in 'My Policeman'—but what was Sam Mendes thinking with his latest?