Cannes Classics 2020: Bertrand Blier’s ‘Get Out Your Handkerchiefs’ is anchored by a woman who isn't easy to read
Get Out Your Handkerchiefs is so unique, so unclassifiable, so shocking in its treatment of relationships and yet so oddly, endearingly relatable.
The Hourglass Sanatorium was made in 1973, but it wasn’t until 2014 — and thanks to Martin Scorsese — that many cinephiles came to know of the film.
Cannes Classics 2020: Federico Fellini’s La strada, The Manic Pixie Dream Girl, and the concept of 'existential time'
This is the centenary year of Federico Fellini’s birth, and film festivals like Berlinale and Cannes have been programming the legendary director’s work.