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Under the Skin, Jonathan Glazer (2013)

They call this sci-fi, but there aren’t any ray guns or warp drives, just so you know. There is possibly an alien, but we never find out for sure. 496 more words


Staff Picks: Flavorwire’s Favorite Cultural Things This Week

Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. 818 more words

Pop Culture

Lisbon Story, by Wim Wenders

A suggestion for the next cold portuguese’s (and european…) night. Try to enjoy a glass of Quinta da Chocapalha Red, one of the best wines from the south.  65 more words


Paris, Texas: a visual trip

Paris, Texas is a film I am deeply in love with. The unanimous winner of the Palme d’Or at Cannes in 1984 (as well as the FIPRESCI prize), it’s a visually beautiful and emotionally rich experience – from its first birds-eye view of the desert to its final trip down a neon-lit road. 740 more words

Special Encounters

Cannes Pics Vie For Delluc Prize; China Plans 6 'Three Body' Films: Global Showbiz Briefs

The shortlist for France’s Louis Delluc Prize, one of the country’s highest film honors, has been released with 14 films making the cut across two categories: Best Film and Best Debut Feature. 600 more words


Tomorrow is promised to no one

A camera shoots in two directions. Forwards and backwards, merging both pictures so that the ‘back’ dissolves in the ‘front’, it allows the photographer at the very moment of shooting to be in front with the subjects, rather than separated from them. 164 more words