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Screen Grabs: The mystic avant-garde of Thai master Apichatpong Weerasethakul

Plus: William Kentridge, Wim Wenders, and Beth B retrospectives; new releases.

The tragic toxic legacy of the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard

Aided by a USC fellowship, reporter Tom Molanphy and 48hills dug into the overwhelming history of data concerning the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, which...

Exquisitely embroidering a tale of complex love in ‘The Blue Caftan’

Moroccan filmmaker Maryam Touzani on how she brought the story of a tailor, his wife, and their apprentice to life

‘Return to Seoul’ traces a conflicted search for identity, rooted in nation and memory

French-Cambodian filmmaker David Chou on bringing the tale of a young French-Korean woman to screen

Screen Grabs: How to be a man’s man—and why not to be one

Godland, The Integrity of Joseph Chambers, Marlowe, The Wounded Man, more reviewed. Plus: Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Screen Grabs: Slip into something more—or less—comfortable

HUMP! Fest, more Magic Mike, Pratibha Parmar, Parisian economic anxiety, Palestinian border trouble, more movies

Screen Grabs: 9 new horrors to give you winter chills

Maternal terror 'Baby Ruby,' creature feature 'Cryptid,' influencer killer 'Mean Spirited,' more film frights

Screen Grabs: Glimpsing James Baldwin at his peak

Plus: Tremendous drama 'Close,' young French love in 'One Fine Day,' a ghosty 'Civil Dead' friend, more movies

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: New year, new disastrous relationships

'The Son,' 'When You Finish Saving The World,' 'Alice, Darling,' and 'After Love' provide some worst-case interpersonal scenarios